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Just the head of bender.
I designed it for 0% infill
and vapor polishing.
It does have some holes off the printer
that I fix post with ABS/acetone and follow with a vapor polish.
This makes a very light strong print
which prints fast, and is a quick easy post print cleanup.
My print weights 38.3 grams.
@$032 a gram that cost $1.22 for a fairly big print.
benderHeadFixed2.stl is a new fixed version with cleaner geometry.
Third file BenderHeadSplit2.stl is a request piece for a user who wanted to print
it larger on a small bed printer. It also has the advantage of printing the antenna earlier.
I also corrected a artifact inside the head which was causing some problems for some
slicing programs. just glue the antenna to the top of the head .
I added a second file for those who have issues with the original in their slicer
The original prints fine for most, the new version should not have internal
faces which seem to cause issues for some users
(I think the new file benderHeadFixed2.stl is the better choice, but I leave the older files up for those who want to experiment. benderHeadFixed2.stl has a low poly count and the internal error of the original removed).
printed at 0% infill
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