Three 1:24 Windsor Chairs
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Thank you so much. I knew you must have had a good reason for the discrepancy in the conversion chart . I have some " in between " items so the 1.06 multiplier will come in handy for my purposes. And your right. It is closer to 1.58. I was rounding a little bit myself. :)
The values on my scale charts are rounded off. I don't use 1" as a multiplier exactly, it's just how I think about values less than 1' while I'm modeling. I tend to use the whole chart - if I need something 10', grab that value and use it, rather than multiplying 1.06 by the number of inches (120) - but if a multiplier feels right to you - go for it. I usually don't model out to two decimal points, unless I'm planning for layer width or thread width.
1.06 as a multiplier seems to work well up to about 20', I think the value is closer to 1.058 - and it starts to add up after awhile. After 20' in 1:24, objects won't fit on many printers anyhow - so it doesn't much matter.
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*Under Dimension, set "Extra Restart Distance" to 0
*I print these in pairs, to give the print cooling time without waisting time. I prefer printing them in a line along the y axis instead of side by side to keep my second extruder from interfering.
*35mm/s works well for me, 40mm/s travel
*These are designed for printing at .25mm layer height. The bridges are carefully designed in and I can't guarantee this will print at other slicing heights.
*The file includes small discs under each chair leg. A raft is unnecessary.
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