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First proper print.

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It's about 5" tall, it would have taken half that long but Meshmixer did something odd resulting in a mini version of the same print being printed inside this one. So it rattles, and if you cut it open a baby lives inside!

No idea how I managed that.

 

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The tiny bit of under extrusion was my fault, I moved the bed slightly whilst trying to fix a weird support issue that had happened while I was asleep. Looks better in real life than in the photo, hopefully going to prime it tomorrow.

 

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