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Optimized (Small) Gyroscopic Snowflake

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Optimized (Small) Gyroscopic Snowflake by MarcoAlici Dec 10, 2013
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The overhang cylindrical pivots of the smallest gyroscopic showflake by roman_hegglin tends to stick to their caves during printing, so I redesigned conical pivots and caves. Now they prints better!

UPDATE (04/11/2014): I uploaded separate .stl files as requested by CTRLurself. I also added the .amf file.

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Great ornament.. got my families stocking filler sorted now haha

Thanks! ;)

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Thanks, this works well.. Two at a time and four at a time on a 4x4 bed.. so far anyway...

Thank you! :)

I have no idea why, but my snowflake's keep printing diagonally up...

Dec 17, 2014 - Modified Dec 17, 2014
MarcoAlici - in reply to Bassna

It seems a problem related to the 3d printer. Try to slow down a bit.

Any way you could export this into two STL files? I'd be interested in doing these as dual-extrusion pieces.

Nov 4, 2014 - Modified Nov 4, 2014
MarcoAlici - in reply to CTRLurself

Hi,
If you use Slic3r (http://slic3r.org) You have the "split" button to separate stl files into parts.
Anyway I uploaded the separate stl files and an amf file to be used for multimaterial printers.

Awesome! Thanks a bunch!

Fantastic decoration- it's next on our 'To Make' list :)

I had the same problem at some of my own prints. Thanks, great solution!

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