Thundercats HO!

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Thundercats HO! by eae01751 Jul 7, 2013
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I grew up watching Transformers and Thundercats. Now that the new shows have linked my past with my kids, I thought I would have a little fun an replace the emblem. Made for an older model Subaru Outback, but I am sure it can be resized for other applications.


I do not currently have a dual extruder set up yet.

Slice STL as you normally would.
Cut STL into two parts - First part would be around Layer 5 (if sliced at .2mm)

When first file finishes, swap out filament, prime like crazy to make sure the red does not bleed into the black, print second file. You can also put in a pause command and reset to 0,0, but I was not sure how to set the pause to only resume when I triggered it to.

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Just curious, your print seems backwards. Is the pic flipped or is this unintended?
You may need to flip axis on your printer.

Thanks for the catch. I did not even notice. This is the second time this has happened to me. The STL I used for the print is not the one I posted. The one I used had to be rotated and resized. Seems Cura reversed the x axis when I rotated the object. I double checked my firmware and nothing is reversed.

This happened a couple of days ago when I was printing something with Text. The text reversed. When I re-sliced and printed again, the text was correct. Really weird.