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Catan Port Tiles

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Catan Port Tiles by rbuckbailey Feb 24, 2013

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These Port Tiles are sized like the originals, for use in my Catan Border, http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:53813.

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Thanks, that's great to hear. I had been leery of it because of the number of times our Replicator 1 has been down for maintenance, and they share some design elements.
I haven't dipped my toes into the dualstrusion world yet, but I love the FFC to pieces compared to my old Solidoodle. I spend virtually no time fixing, calibrating, modifying, troubleshooting, and managing the printer, and all my time just printing. The prints just work and come out so much better that I've been reprinting previous successes just for the improvement of print quality.

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Details came out poorly even at slow speeds, before my upgrade to 7.2 firmware. Make sure your firmware is up to date!

I'd like to make these into dualstrusion versions for more clear readability without having to change filament mid-print. Any chance you can provide source files, or split versions? (I can do it manually but it's a bit messier that way.)
That would be great, Hunter! Here's a link to the TinkerCAD project: tinkercad.com/things/7oRyGxmQ7x9-catan-port-tiles
No luck getting them from tinkercad, but I don't think I could import those into SketchUp anyway. So the hard way. I've netfabbed, imported, cleaned-up, and separated them. Now I'll have to figure out how to do dualstrusion on my FlashForge! If it works, I'll upload the set as a remix.
I'd love to see pictures when you're finished! How do you like the FlashForge?
I haven't dipped my toes into the dualstrusion world yet, but I love the FFC to pieces compared to my old Solidoodle. I spend virtually no time fixing, calibrating, modifying, troubleshooting, and managing the printer, and all my time just printing. The prints just work and come out so much better that I've been reprinting previous successes just for the improvement of print quality.
Thanks, that's great to hear. I had been leery of it because of the number of times our Replicator 1 has been down for maintenance, and they share some design elements.
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