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torrodal shade

by Robhumm, published

torrodal shade by Robhumm Dec 20, 2012

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I was asked to provide a light shade fo a school project this is what I came up with too big to be made in one part on my UP I printed it in quarters

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Hi I set the Up software for minimal supports there are some but they where easy to remove I have found that at least using an Up the angle that an overhang can manage is much grater than you would expect.

How did you print without supports?

The internal diamiter of the torroid is a bit big for that but that would be easy to fix.

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print and glue I will leave the suport of the shade to the student ( in the school project two of the quaters where modifed to exepte suporting bars)

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Filch on Aug 30, 2013 said:

How did you print without supports?

Robhumm on Aug 31, 2013 said:

Hi I set the Up software for minimal supports there are some but they where easy to remove I have found that at least using an Up the angle that an overhang can manage is much grater than you would expect.

yzorg on Dec 22, 2012 said:

could also be the handprotection part of a florett sabre

Robhumm on Dec 23, 2012 said:

The internal diamiter of the torroid is a bit big for that but that would be easy to fix.

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