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ALPHA by omega Jan 11, 2013

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This is my GrabCAD
MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer Challenge Entry.

If you like it, let me know!


the files are designed for a printvolume of about 28cm x 15cm x 15cm.
If put together in the right order, there should be no need for gluing the parts together although I would give it some extra stability.

Furthermore you need two specific screws:
A pan head cross recess screw (M3 x 16) for the front and a
pan head cross recess screw (M4 x 16) for the back

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This looks awesome! But what is it exactly?

wow, i love this so much! great to hear about the contest. congrats!

How did you paint that?!

the images were rendered with keyshot. but there should be a way to give a reallifemodel a similar black glossy look

Pretty awesome - heard you're from Germany, would love to see your work in Reallife at the upcoming http://Make-Munich.deMake-Munich.de Maker Faire in April

Good job~ Omega,
I'm print it out, and a small modify, add driver on sit.

hey tommylin
thanks very much for the printout! Its perfect!!!!! the driver absolutelly belongs there, so its a nice improvement! glossy black spraypaint and silverspraypaint for the engine part could work, but I dont know if it holds onto the printed material. but good luck with it, an please share with us!!!