by eried, published
3d printing revolution is just starting, I don't say this is a flawless piece but I really consider it is a very good example about a very sweet future about us modifying our brains from "search-buy-adapt" (frustration included) to "think-design-print" (self-pride included :D ).
Quick demo video: youtube.com/watch?v=BtLSMI3xVDY
Quick demo #2 (perpendicular): youtube.com/watch?v=eLehgIfjmpA
This was an object that did not exist in our 3d printing world, so I like to think this is an "upgrade" from real world to a better virtual&teleportable world ;)
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I used skeinforge with the settings from the instructions. The older version maybe works different, I am stuck with that one due my printer :D
I tried 3 different slicing programs: Skeinforge 39, Slic3r, and Kisslicer with my Solidoodle at 0.3mm layer height. The best results were with Slic3r, with a near perfect print. Kiss came in 2nd place. It did a couple funky things that made a bad spot on one piece, but it still worked and sliced it in a reasonable amount of time (actually the fastest, under 1min!). Skeinforge took over an hour to create the Gcode and printed the bumps in an uneven diagonal pattern (looked just like the pics above) which rendered it unusable.
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2. There may be some bridges because printing limitations, I used the included blade with my TOM kit to clean a bit the pieces
3. Use it!
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