by phooky, published
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Look at what I've printed! --
gt; Porcelain Bunny
I am assuming you have figured it out by now, but for anyone else reading this and wondering the same, that is called the raft. This helps to make your print more stable. Just cut off the base and you're good to go! :)
Hey, so I'm printing the bunny you've created on my new ToM to test it. I don't know why but it seems that my ToM first creates a square base around the design and then starts off with another base roughly a few cm larger than the bunny and only after that does it starts to the print the actual bunny.
So that means after the print I'll be left with a with bunny attached to a base, not like the bunny in the pictures. Could someone explain as to why my ToM does this?
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