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Connectable Reaction Plate

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Connectable Reaction Plate by greengiant1298 Apr 25, 2010

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A connectable reaction plate, can be used to hold almost anything though

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There appears to be some non-manifold faces in the bowl that confuse skeinforge.

What is this for exactly?

The sides don't quite extend down to the bottom of the bowl, making this unprintable. Can you flatten the bottom of the bowl a bit to get everything in the first layer?

thanks for the catch! i didn't see that mistake when i made the part, i extended the sides down 2mm, covering the bottom of the bowl, and replaced the stl file. It should be printable now

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