Hello Kitty Les Paul Keychain

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Hello Kitty Les Paul Keychain by emnullfuenf Mar 2, 2013
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This is a mashup of Hello Kitty and a Les Paul guitar's neck printed as a keychain.

Hello Kitty: http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/File:Hello_Kitty_logo.svg
Les Paul: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Paul_lespaul.svg


I printed the model with Makerbot Replicator Dual and ABS. Open MakerWare 2.0.0 and add both STL files. Don't let it put MakerWare on the build plate. Then click on each model, click the Object icon and select the extruder.

My settings:
Quality: High
Infill: 50%
Number of Shells: 2
Layer Height: 0.2
Temperature Extruders: 230°
TemperaturePlatform: 115°

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A les Paul and hello Kittie combo is exactly the thing i never wanted to see...

One way you could make the pieces come out aligned in MakerWare is to save the laid out plate as a .thing file. Import those pieces into MakerWare like you describe, assign the objects to materials like you want, then save it as a .thing and upload that. Then if someone opens that .thing it is ready to go as a dual color print.

Good idea. I added the .thing file i already created for printing.