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Big Nippled Parametric Gyro Cube

by smorloc, published

Big Nippled Parametric Gyro Cube by smorloc Jan 9, 2013

Description

I tried many times to print thing:19304 (in PLA) however the outcomes were disappointing. The nipples & divots for the axes were too small, so the concentric didn't stay together. I changed the whosawhatsis' original OpenSCAD script to increase the size of both nipples & divots. If anything, they are a bit too big however this is nothing an xacto knife couldn't take care of...

The SCAD file is close, but not the exact one used to produce the STL. I once again forgot to save my updated file in OpenSCAD.

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Did you use Support material?

I have the K8200 and they have a video of the printer making this, but I am having major issues with slic3r and missing big sections when slicing.

any help is appreciated!

What's the best strategy for printing these big vertical circles? Do you use support material? Do you align the support stuff with the holes or is another angle easier to trim out?

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Instructions

Print, then turn every other stage 90 degrees and snap them into place.

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bortek on Jul 7, 2014 said:

Did you use Support material?

electric0ant on Feb 3, 2014 said:

I have the K8200 and they have a video of the printer making this, but I am having major issues with slic3r and missing big sections when slicing.

any help is appreciated!

halley on Mar 30, 2013 said:

What's the best strategy for printing these big vertical circles? Do you use support material? Do you align the support stuff with the holes or is another angle easier to trim out?

Timesaint on Feb 1, 2013 said:

Fabulous conversion of the model to PLA - cubes just snapped into place. Many thanks - now my favorite print. 22hrs, 'high' on Rep2, 130g.

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