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Discussion in 'Show and Tell' started by tesseract, Jun 23, 2013.
dont forget the highest resolution also
HAHA. That is for sure!
And all I need is to try for my second print. First one came out good but nothing since.
I WILL get this thing working properly, maybe not today though.
I want to try printing this now with the support.
just added another calibration test which was kinda of cool
This is called tornado alley and it is done in a single print at the extremes of the print bed and at the center showing that all areas are nice and level.
Mike Kelly and I were talking about doing this type of print to show the levelness of the bed so he gets credit for the idea I just put a bit of flourish to it and added difficulty.
The tornadoes were all done with a 1 perimeter wall at 200 microns so are on the delicate side and have things pretty dialed in to succeed which all did just wonderfully the four outer ones are .25 scale and the middle one is .33 scale and all turned out just great.
So once the Robo gets dialed in it works very nicely
here are other pics
These look great Jeff. Way nicer than my little cubes!
you had the idea I just made it more difficult but that bed is level
Well I guess I am on another tornado stint here is my latest and I think you will be impressed I am
All done with a single extruder and no multi color filament on the ROBO it is the common tornado vasewith single perimeter walls.
The color swaps were done on the fly, in the prior process I had to preprogram the locations in the gcode prior to beginning the print. This was as I said done on the fly , in fact I decided to make the three thing lines in the reverse order of the first three colors while the red layer was printing
This image is mid print just as the final green layer is being started
this is the print after it was finished
This was after I glued it on to a blue scrap piece that happened to be a nice little stand
This is the way to do it for those of us who are less capable. Or it will be as soon as they get the 1.75mm stuff available.
Do you just feed one after the other?
edit: watched video, they snap together. Interesting concept.
Attach to xmas led lights for the holiday! Attach to the turky legs for tha holiday! Attach to ear pieces and give em to the hard of hearing... for the holidays! Don't waistem repurpose those tornado prints!
Looks great to see the posibilities of the RoBo
Some more colors changing going one
looks great! have you tried cutting up lots of colors and creating a long multicolored print
crazy as always... damn you hahaha
some more color switching
got this whole black and white thing going lately
at 200microns in PLA pause and swap technique
thats looks a lot better than the multicolor attempts
Snowflake tealights for Xmas gifts this year
Check this video out the snowflake tealight printed in blue on a printed base with spots for batteries and on off switch and AC plug all wired an ready to go
Each will come with 3 different color snowflake tealight pieces blue/purple and red/green and natural and a single base with a multicolored slow changing LED
Runs on two double A's or an included AC adapter
for the vid, the video over exposes it a lot it looks better in real life the whole tealight glows
and here is the base