Elegant TARDIS ring

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Elegant TARDIS ring by cymon Sep 14, 2012
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More wearable than the stubby version, this TARDIS ring can actually be worn while you're doing every day tasks and still show your love for a certain mad man in a blue box.

I made these for sale in my etsy store:


Print the topper and the elegant ring-a-thing in your size and glue them together. (I use ABS glue to weld them together.)

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Where is the file for the ring portion?


Elegant Ring-a-thing
by cymon

I have printed a very similar item, but the support material is very hard to clean out of the small crevices. Any tips?

Print without support material.

On something this small overhangs and bridges will be fine.

thank you for your speedy reply, I'll try that

I think it's a pretty cool idea to make your own charm thing that fits onto another ring.

I have a similar problem to guus46a. Can you provide all you setting? layer height, temps... I have a dual extruder replicator if that matters.

Things have changed from last time. I use sailfish and RepG. 0.15mm layer heights, 220 nozzle temp, 110 print bed temperature, 100 mm/s extrude speed, 2 extra shells, 10% infill. I use a heavily modified rep dual, and like I said I print at least 4 at a time.

It would help if you showed us what the "worst TARDIS" looks like. That's not a lot to go on.

I don't understand how jou did it. Even with the speed in pronterface at 5 mm/s i get the worst tardis. DONT_KNOW

For one I print them at least 4 at a time, maybe the additional cool time helps? Also I print them at 56mm/s myself on a replicator. It is a tiny thing, no question. You've got to have your settings dialed in well.