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Picture frame 4 in x 6 in landscape

by berserkerscientist, published

Picture frame 4 in x 6 in landscape by berserkerscientist Mar 5, 2013
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This is a 6" wide x 4" tall (102mm x 153mm) picture frame. It has a built in stand, and a slide-in back plate, to keep the picture in.


I used 10% infill and 0.27 mm layer height and it took about 1 hour for each part (accelerated). I use 230F nozzle and 110F bed temperature. Careful, the frame back can stick to the kapton tape. I tried with a bridge but it was almost impossible to remove.

The frame back is 0.5mm smaller than the front, so it slides in pretty good.

I plan to modify it slightly so the back has a ridge to slide down all the way. Right now, the frame back is supported on the front at the top and bottom. (Also, I'll take a better picture of the frame.)

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