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Weekly cup nr6 - Valentine

by joris, published

Weekly cup nr6 - Valentine by joris Feb 12, 2013

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Valentine is coming, make two this time... This year i will upload a new cup every week. This is number six...!

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Download, slice and print. These ones are sliced with cura with "joris" activated in the expert settings at a pretty low resolution 0,25mm layer height. 1MM outer wall, 0,8mm nozzle, 1,2mm bottom thickness, no top.

print time: 2 times 23 minutes, 31 seconds

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www.rooiejoris.nl

www.facebook.com/europerminutedesign

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Nice design!

I would also like to print one of these, But is this cup only possible to print using cura?

Makerware does not have any option to create a open top, it just fills the cup entirely with material..

Could you post a version that would be possible to print by makerbot owners?

you can print this cup using Cura, Kisslicer, Netfabb, Sli3ere [and many other slicers], I think the replicator can also read gcode created with other slicer, or not...?! [creating them with a certain [thin]wall thickness creates problems with most slicers and most FDM techniques]

The smoothness of the surface on the cups is amazing. I'm afraid to print them without the "Joris" setting on - we show anyone these cups and it makes everyone quiet while they take a minute to examine them in their hands.

Thanks for the nice Valentine surprise. Printed in Orange and White, they came out great.

Do you actually set the bottom thickness for one layer to be 1.2mm or is that the combined bottom thickness of 2-3 layers? I'm assuming its the former, correct?

I'm assuming you are printing with PLA, what is the flexibility of the cup at 1mm thickness? I print it at 0.5mm thickness and it has wonderful tensile "give" making it a nice example of flexibility in PLA printed objects.

It is the combined bottom thickness. Sometimes 3 layers, sometime 5 layers... 1mm wall thickness makes the cup pretty sturdy, feels really nice.

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