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ps. i have of course not yet told my girlfriend that I have started a 78 hour print job in our living room...because well, she would....whats the polite way of finishing this sentence.... NOT AGREE ! ;-) lol

Ian

 

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    Took me forever to do this. And it is still rougher than I would have liked.   3D concept rendering:   Finished piece:    

    I just finished this. It was a multi-part print for ease of painting. Some of it I am not sure what happened...but hey, it is purty....And, I am unanimous in that ? Test Render Parts

    Bath interferometers.  I have made about 20 of these for people who use them to test their telescope mirrors.  They are amazingly accurate and can do better than a $40,000 Zygo PSI optical tester.  Th

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    Can't show my other cool stuff yet... but I made this new fan shroud. My old one had like 1mm of space between the centerblock, so it dipped down a tiny bit, it got caught on a part I was printing for like 2 hours at the last 10% and the motor skipped a beat! So infuriating that I closed up all the tolerances on this new one and redesigned it.

    It's overall nicer, super tight tolerances, blows downward rather than onto my nozzle and has like a 3x bigger opening so air doesn't escape the back as much.

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    Now it gets close, is super solid but doesn't touch the build platform! Only time will tell how it performs, but currently already better I think.

    I can't even imagine what I would do if a 78 hour print failed at 90%. Don't do it Ian! It's not worth the paranoia!

     

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    Ok, i have one for you Ian.

     

     

     

    It was my like, 3rd dual color print i made about 2 weeks ago.

    I was pretty satisfied with the quality. Except for the bottom i hardly had to clean up anything.

    A few 'worms' on one side, but they were easily removed.

     

    That's awesome. Can't wait to see more duel colour prints as people build their kits!

     

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    screw it !!! my ultimaker at home works like the microwave... click... print... finished...

    And yes i love doing these house models but I want to do something big, crazy and ... cool ;-)

    so monster vase 78 hour print project... yehaaaaaa.

    Ian :-)

     

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    Hope it's not like my microwave. It only starts sometimes, if you open and slam the door a few times. Sometimes that adds a minute. or 10.

    Best of luck though! see you in 3 days!

     

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    still going........... 12 percent done.........

     

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    My Zulu Glasses Holder!

    Zulu Glasses Holder

     

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    Hi Bas, i like the cone-shaped head. It gives it a desing-feel. Good job!

     

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    nice fresh design !! :-)

    your 3d model or off the net ?

    Ian :-)

     

    My Zulu Glasses Holder!

     

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    I 'modeled' it on Tinkercad (steal a mouth and nose from other objects ;) ). It's only half a cone, the back has some kind of rectangle holder to hold the legs of the glasses. I'll try to upload the .stl if you're interested (and only if you wear glasses B) )

     

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    deal ! ;-) lol

     

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    Do sunglasses count?

     

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    Zulu's don't wear sunglasses ;)

     

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    Printed 2 letters today. I am trying to figure out if its worth the time to do the whole alphabet and put it on youmagine. The B is printed in colorfab blue-ish white.

    IMG 0715

    IMG 0716

     

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    Made my bro's favorite character from a webcomic for his b-day.

    Based on this guy:

    Belkar.jpg

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    005-Belkar-1024x682.jpg

    Painted with acrylics, I tried putty + sanding like a user here suggested. it kinda worked. I dont think I was generous enough with the putty though. some parts of it ended up pretty smooth, other parts, hard to get into grooves.

    moar pics.

    http://www.redicubricks.com/3d-printed-belkar-the-sexy-shoeless-god-of-war/

     

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    that is serously cool !! love it !! :-)

     

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    can you tell me,, how do you create these 3d models... ?

    I would love to try something like this with cinema4d but I have no idea where to start...

    Ian :-)

     

    Printed 2 letters today. I am trying to figure out if its worth the time to do the whole alphabet and put it on youmagine. The B is printed in colorfab blue-ish white.

     

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    Big statue li-ben-ty!

    I also made these 2 prints a couple of days ago.

    They are printed with dual extrusion set up, personally i think this is proof that the D.E. set up does not negatively effect your print quality.

    I like it how even after 2 years (and working at Ultimaker), sometimes the quality still impresses you.

     

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    looking really good sander ! can you tell us.. temp ? speed, layer height and print time ?

    Ian :smile:

     

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    Printed this 2 nights ago - subject chosen because I have NYC on my mind as Maker Faire is coming up in 9 days.

    I'm thinking about making a smartphone case and this is an experiment to see if it works. It worked better than I expected and if I just repair the kapton tape rips on my bed, it will come out perfect.

    Click on image for details of how I made it but quick summary - used lithopane software then flipped it so that the part sticking up is now sticking down. Turned off support and cranked the "flow" when printing the white, second layer. Flow back to normal on 3rd layer. It's a hack, I know but it came out good enough and will come out better next time.

    new experiment with single extruder

     

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    wow that's cool! looks like it's coloured in with a marker almost.

     

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    Hi George,

    great print! I like both the style and quality.

    @ Ian: Print time was for both just under 10 hours, like 8-10 hours.

    Printed at 80 micron, dual fans.

    I am not a hasty guy, so i usually print at 45mm/s - 50mm/s.

    Both printed without support, approx 10% infill.

     

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    sml_gallery_2943_13_81360.jpg

    Dual extrusion cat.

    model:http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:62536

    I did have to remove a few PLA strings but this was easy and not too much work. Very happy with the result!

    I wish the photo gallery would also give option for an medium sized picture (640x480) this would be great for the forum.

     

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    thanks for the info !

    Ian :-)

     

    Hi George,

    great print! I like both the style and quality.

    @ Ian: Print time was for both just under 10 hours, like 8-10 hours.

    Printed at 80 micron, dual fans.

    I am not a hasty guy, so i usually print at 45mm/s - 50mm/s.

    Both printed without support, approx 10% infill.

     

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