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Square and Circle

by cbruner, published

Square and Circle by cbruner Dec 16, 2012
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Summary

A calibration Square with a circle in it. You can now set the size. The Circle will show problems better then the square will.

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When you print, it should make a square with a circle in it.

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I don't recall the size dimension for the circle. The idea is that you get your x and y sizes correct, and the circle should be perfectly round. The circle just makes things plainer to the eye.

I didn't see a size dimension for the circle. Mine is 104.4mm what is is suppose to be or what are others getting?

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Thank you for adding the dimensions. I can now calculate for shrinkage, for some reason no one else I've found listed that info. Nice work!

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Just a little thing I whipped up to help myself, and thought others might benefit from. :)

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