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Marble Run Spiral

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Marble Run Spiral by muilenta Mar 17, 2013
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Marble Run Spiral

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Update: scaled to the correct print size

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Awesome, this would be almost impossible to make any other way than 3d Printing!

Yes, though it may be hard to print too :) I'm going to try to make these more printer friendly

any Ideas ? I have not used supports before how do they work ? see some peel off but they same plastic wtf ? and some use dissoluble for something like this ?

I I would recommend printing something easier first :) If you look up 3d printing with support on youtube, you can see some prints being made, and suggestions in the comments sections. There is a rainbow dash horse that is printed with support material that is pretty cool.

I use Slic3r. It basically makes it so that anything that have free space under it will get some thing lines printed up so that there will be something to print on top of. Otherwise the printer would just spew out material.

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