3D Printer Calibration Model
by Crispy001, published
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This is a basic calibration model for a 3d printer made to save time and filament. It measures 1" in all three axes with each leg measuring 1/4" square.
Volume: .16 cubic inches
ABS Weight: .01 pounds
- Print the part using the provided .STL file. All dimensions are in mm (except above).
- Use a caliper to check accuracy per the specified dimensions (1:1 size of 1")
- Adjust printer calibration parameters and repeat as necessary
Low extrusion temperatures and/or use of a fan is recommended while printing the Z "leg"
Update 12/23/12: Changed the .STL to metric dimensions, the resulting part is still 1" cubed, but the .STL dimensions are now in mm.
3D Printer Calibration Model by Crispy001 is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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