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Weekly cup nr8

by joris, published

Weekly cup nr8 by joris Feb 28, 2013

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A little delayed, but not without reasons... Weekly cup number eight is for Pia...!
This year I will upload a new cup every week.

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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: times 26 minutes, 58 seconds

see also:
www.rooiejoris.nl
www.facebook.com/europerminutedesign

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Would you care to explain who is PIA?

Printed this one in silver and yellow - looks great in both. In the picture the light hits the cup a little too harshly, look on the left hand side at the finish, it's nice and smooth.

Pia is our first freshly born daughter...

Ah, well congratulations, then ! I guess then we should print this cup in some awesome purple colour... :)

Een meisje ? Gefeliciteerd ! Nu nog een drinktuit die je op je bekers kunt klikken.

Congratulations ...?

Thanks...!! The 'rusk with mice' is a dutch tradition...

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