by JamieLaing, published
What I like about this print is how it fails. The overhangs are pretty much impossible, but through perseverance the honeycomb design eventually overcomes all obstacles. I thought this was a good metaphor for perseverance in everyday life (mistakes can be built on to achieve success), and I was also reminded that wasp nests and beehives embrace imperfection.
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Hi Skovgaar, interesting question. I think the answer is "a little of both." From an engineering perspective, I like designs that are fault tolerant and I find exploring failure and recovery points valuable learning opportunities.
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I printed on a Replicator 2 using a higher print temperature than standard (260C instead of 230C).
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