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  1. k1e1v1i1n

    k1e1v1i1n Active Member

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    If were going by pics the part should be untouched on the build plate with the skirt still attached. no tools or touch-ups aloud.

    wining titles could be something like this.

    Best Grandmaster Printer - 18 Months+ Exp
    Best Printer - 4 Months - to 18 Months Exp with a bump up if your that good
    Best Noob Printer - less then 4 Months Exp with a bump up if your that good
     
  2. mark tomlinson

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    Why not just go by XP earned?

    No need to complicate it or anything. I know I have a chart around here somewhere...
     
  3. k1e1v1i1n

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    Sounds good now all we need is to get Harry on board. I don't know the man do you?
     
  4. Montravont

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    Not a bad print of the barrel for sure. I'd love to see it stained. I need to get some woodfill. Can definitely tell it's a bigger nozzle though from the detail lines. Not sure if the excess blobs are from that or something else. Literally the only thing I did to mine after it came off the printer was paint it.
     
  5. Mike Kelly

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    You'd need to ping him with @harry, start a conversation with him, or go on skype and look him up.
     
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    A smaller nozzle would be a good idea for something thing small, the .6 has been my workhorse lately, but mostly larger items have been getting printed. You really don't need to use thinner layers on this as that will not have nearly as much impact as a smaller nozzle would.
     
  7. Bill Monroe

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    OK, here's my barrel...

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  8. Harry

    Harry Team ROBO 3D
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    Hey guys! So wait are you guys wanting to do a competition or something with name changes or levels on the forum? SO much going on here I'm a tad confused! Let me know and I'd love to help!
    Regards
    Harry
     
  9. k1e1v1i1n

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    Sounds like you pretty much have it. a contest with maybe 3 different levels noob, normal and pro. winners each get some special name tag. It would prob run for like a month so everyone could have a good crack at it.

    Just need to vote on the part or parts for the contest. and pick a judge.

    I have no details but I guess all the rules could be voted on in a new thread.
     

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