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nozzle dimension compensation test

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nozzle dimension compensation test by yoyoek1 Feb 11, 2013
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Calibration print.
Dimension compensation test.
You can print in and know what compensation is correct for your printer.
Irreplaceable if you plan to print parts friction fit :)

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AH. I figured out how these things were supposed to work.
One set is for compensating for if your printer is printing too big. The other set is for printing smaller.
the ones with holes in the middle for some reason, has the tab grow
bigger, while the slot grows smaller by .1mm. The 0 position is 10mm.
The ones that are solid in the middle has the tab grow smaller while the slot grows bigger by .1mm. The 0 position is 4mm.
I don't know why these aren't made so one set does both + and - values. Eg: a set of 9.8, 9.9, 10.0, 10.1, 10.2
No idea why both sets are different sizes from each other either. It'd be much more useful if both sets fit with each other.