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Discussion in 'Projects' started by John Rygg, Oct 27, 2013.
Got some wood filament, the stuff is gorgeous.
Nice, where did you get your filament?
Thanks. The filament is from here:
So not to long ago I went to a Makerbot store and the one in NYC you can get your face scanned. So i printed this guy out. I call him mini me. He is exactly like me but 25% my size. In all seriousness these are my settings.
260 hot-end 60 bed
.1 layer height
I may put a led in it later but for now he just sits on my desk and stares at something to my left.
How much for the scan?
Not very detailed like some of the other scans I've seen. But cool.
My Phone dint pick up the detail very well but it is nicely detailed. I think it was 5 dollars for 3 scans.
my first post haven't had my printer long learned a lot from this forum made the start of olaf for my kids got it from thingiverse
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After replacing my hot end thermistor, also replaced the heated pad on the bed due to worn out wiring (6 months of everyday printing) and replaced the threaded z rod on one end due to a kink in one of the threads, here is a tall print to show for it!
You can see the raft behind the. Object. It comes off very nicely.
This is a lamp.
Peter, you really enjoy your printer, don't ya!!
Which prints would you like the settings of?????
I was curious about the spiral red/clear piece.
Just needs some paint.
I want to share this piece so bad I cant wait for it to be finished.
The lines are so fine you can only just barely feel them. the stripes is just the pearl effect of the filament I am using.
Its so smooth I can see a fingerprint where I touched it.
Damn that's smooth
Wow, I'm getting hot just looking at it! But why purple? A nice brown would have been great.
List of colours I have
glow in the dark green
Sliver - never used ABS before.
I need to order some more colours.
Don't know if this is my "Best" print to date...but its the coolest Going to take time to finish the rest of the letters wiring.
This is a modified version of http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:624846
Instructions on the changes in my "I made this" pic