Tardis - Flat Bottom

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Tardis - Flat Bottom by NickRBrewer Nov 4, 2012
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I love the parametric Tardis and have printed tons of them. But they were designed with the hole in the middle for faster printing on older machines.

I just closed up the hole and will print them hollow with an extra shell or two. It was also run through netfabb for good measure.


You've probably got to snap your fingers or something to open the door, what do I look like? Some sort of Doctor?

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Hi! How did you realise the overhang towards the top of the Tardis? Support material?

Supports aren't necessary, I think it really depends on the printer.

I've printed this on both the Replicator and Replicator 2 without any problems. There are a few straggler lines that are put down, but it never anything an exacto knife couldn't fix easily.

Yup, tried it out. It turned out better than I thought. Thanks for the quick reply!