Cooking Spoon - Kitchen Series
by ajolivette, published
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I think this is where my understanding of how other 3D printers work best fails.Â My printer is a dimensions 1200 ED BST, which means it uses breakaway support, so it prints support material under the abs if you print something that has a curve like this. Then you just break it off.
In order for me to make 3D objects that work best in the other printers, I think i need to understand them better. I'm going to order one by Christmas, then I'll know better.Â
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This cooking spoon is the second in the series. Designed to be printed and functional. I creaed it in two pieces, so it can fit in a build with a 10X10X12 foot print, which of course is what my printer can do, but it can be scaled of course to fit in yours too. I included a bolt and screw you can print, but you can of course use a real bolt and screw. Once the one I have printing now prints, in 6 hours, I'll know if it all works well together, and I'll post some nice pictues of that. For now, I'll include a render.
Also, I would think you can also use glue on the bolt too.. right? No reason to take it apart once it's been put together.
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