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luisito

Make Faire Robot test

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Mine came fine. That's a nice little print. For some reason I didn't expect the head to rotate, I like it!

Be very careful durint the print of the 1st layer, if you see the lines touching at this point on the legs joint parts then it will be fused later. That's a good indicator for the rest of the print.

It has to be clean at this point, or barely touching, since it's when the most matter is squished and also when fan is OFF so more hot and more "fluid". If this layer is fine, the rest will be OK.

 

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