Tea Earl Grey Hot
by WillandMrData2, published
Tea Earl Grey Hot in one print, to drink,
cup and tea made in a print,,ready to drink,,nice.
""currently as you can see its a duel color method, tea level at feed rate or extend part 2 volume up.""
"more base, curved innner bottom, rounded top, handle fixed for easyer better replication, tea repositioned,"
"soon i'll post the s3g merge for replicator soon, just testing it now".
Ok At the bottom of the download list is the merged files "s3g" of the cup and tea files.
This s3g is for a replicator sd card for printing. "i'm working on the crack in the handel so those wanting abs soon can print get a good print."
Seems the crack is due to ,,,i reckon that a straight line angle over hang does not do as well as a curved overhang, and the area away opposite to that straight line angle drops as the leading edge rises,,,so of course i'll put a curve there in the next version, and some kind of opposite effect shape to succeed,imagination is on it now,, anyway.
i'll post the vid of it here,,it actually came out a lot better than the privous version,,tho i ran a all day print 30% infil, 55 travel default slow and steady settings.
Ok heres the film
The abs print was cold water tight at .27 layers.
Unfortunitly boiling water caused a tiny crack to leak with this print medium abs in this case,,,obviously i can't comment on other mediums such as ceramic glass metal pla or other mediums at this time.
New Cup At bottom of download list, two curves in handle,
"i've not printed this yet."
And happy printing,,,
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