by destroyer2012, published
Transfer RNAs are used to make proteins from the template of messenger RNA. They are the physical embodiment of the genetic code. It has an anticodon (complementary to a codon) on one end, and the corresponding amino acid on the other end. This is from the structure 4TNA
Print with support. I used KISSlicer, 0.2mm layer height, medium support density, 80% flow rate (adjusted manually with an external script) with 1mm support expansion. WIP because it might print better rotated differently.
Correction upright seems to print better. Added stl.
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