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Angel Hair Pasta

by ravix, published

Angel Hair Pasta by ravix Jan 24, 2013

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Delicious looking angel-hair pasta. Also doubles as packing material.

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I am so sorry to hear you are having problems printing this! Most people who have difficulties with this print have printers that are well-tuned and have a good bed-adhesion strategy, so a bit of negligence is a good place to start.Some tips for a successful angel-hair pasta print:1. A level bed is a sure-fire way to ruin a good angel-hair pasta print. Most printers have an adjustment mechanism of some kind so that you can de-level your bed. Use it!2. Grease and oil can be extremely helpful. I recommend touching the surface of your print-bed with your fingers as often as possible -- preferably after eating very greasy food. Remember: Clean Bed = Bad Pasta.3. Heated beds are a known cause of failed angel-hair prints. I strongly recommend against any strain relief on the bed heater. While possibly a fire hazard, broken bed heaters are almost guaranteed to get you a good print.A final note: Angel Hair Pasta never prints well if you are watching the printer. It is ESSENTIAL that you leave the printer unattended for a few hours. It helps if the print is very important and needs to be finished on a deadline.Good luck!
I've been having issues getting this to print correctly :/ Sometimes I get a dinosaur, other times a pencil holder, and this one time I got a set of gears.What am I doing wrong?
if my filament doesnt stick to my platform then this happens to mee too xd.
One time i went away, with the expection that my print would be awsome if i'd be back. Nope, i hour later my UP! Mini was completely filled with this.

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1.) Cover your bed with a plate of STLs. I've included a 20mm box to get you started.

2.) Accidentally unplug your heated bed after the first 2 layers.

3.) bon appetit!

I've been having issues getting this to print correctly :/ Sometimes I get a dinosaur, other times a pencil holder, and this one time I got a set of gears.What am I doing wrong?
I am so sorry to hear you are having problems printing this! Most people who have difficulties with this print have printers that are well-tuned and have a good bed-adhesion strategy, so a bit of negligence is a good place to start.Some tips for a successful angel-hair pasta print:1. A level bed is a sure-fire way to ruin a good angel-hair pasta print. Most printers have an adjustment mechanism of some kind so that you can de-level your bed. Use it!2. Grease and oil can be extremely helpful. I recommend touching the surface of your print-bed with your fingers as often as possible -- preferably after eating very greasy food. Remember: Clean Bed = Bad Pasta.3. Heated beds are a known cause of failed angel-hair prints. I strongly recommend against any strain relief on the bed heater. While possibly a fire hazard, broken bed heaters are almost guaranteed to get you a good print.A final note: Angel Hair Pasta never prints well if you are watching the printer. It is ESSENTIAL that you leave the printer unattended for a few hours. It helps if the print is very important and needs to be finished on a deadline.Good luck!
if my filament doesnt stick to my platform then this happens to mee too xd.
One time i went away, with the expection that my print would be awsome if i'd be back. Nope, i hour later my UP! Mini was completely filled with this.
Although many others are FAR better than mine. I put in my 2 cents.
I make this all the time.
ABS parts are the best at this. Especially if the part is really large.
I'll bet this is the most common object printed on 3D printers.... :-) I know I've done my part!
HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA highlight of the day! :)
I just made one yesterday out of my Autobot vs Decepticon model lol Well done! Great model! :)
On my first Prusa my hot end had suicided by the brass tube overheating and getting pushed out of the PTFE barrel that it was inside. My filament had forced its way through and... I came back to my heater, brass tube and one foot of filament dragging all over my prints and heated bed.

It seemed like the hot end had said "SCREW YOU; I ain't printing for you no more!"
How did it get up on the top of the y-stage? That is an impressive fail.
Blue angel hair pasta - better than green eggs and ham! :-)
Turns out I've been making this for months without even knowing it.
Hey, I made some last night. I started a print and immediately went to bed. Woke up with Chinese rice noodles (clear PLA).
i swear there must be some sort of printer god.. because as soon as i walk away.. things go bad.. but if i watch it for 8 hours straight, it prints just fine!
Made it with my own special recipe., But like boiling water, it never happens if you watch for it..
I think this is a derivative of one of my objects! :-)
I'm looking forward to seeing how many others have made this. :)
mtdna - in reply to ravix
Someone added it to their "Things to Make" list. LOL.
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