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A Test That Does Not Lie

by wildseyed, published

A Test That Does Not Lie by wildseyed Jan 16, 2013

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Printing this object will allow you to measure surface roughness as affected by X/Y backlash, and Z wobble.

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I recommend that it be printed using black filament, as it really brings out the defects.

I will be working on a RoboRealm sketch that can process images of the part, and calculate some kind of roughness value.

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