Geometry Detail Test 01
by watz, published
Something I put together to get a gauge for how certain types of geometry features might print at different sizes. Hardy scientific, but still useful for reference.
Since the horizontal resolution of a Makerbot isn't so great I've set it up to be printed vertically at a 15 degree angle with a supporting structure, which seems to be working well.
I'm including a flat version in case anyone wants to print it horizontally or modify it in any way.
Currently printing this in ABS using 40mm/s feed rate and 0.2 mm layer height. Even the thinnest wall thickness show up OK at that resolution.
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