Chopsticks - 225mm continuous print.
by relet, published
Because the world needs more chopsticks.
This is a three part print meant to produce a single continuous object, a food implement, and a simple test case for this kind of printing objects that exceed your platform extents.
Public domain, because sharing is caring.
Feel free to flattr this if you can finally eat your ramen.
Print part 1 (raftless and without outline). Remove.
Print the first layer of part 2. Use this to position part 1 and fix it to the platform. Make sure the underside of the beveled edge of part 1 lies flat on the platform.
Remove the first layer, then print the whole of part 2 with part 1 fixed on the platform. When you are finished printing, you can straighten the still heated object a little. Let cool.
Repeat the procedure for part 3 and parts 1+2 (now a single unit).
Repeat the whole process unless you are enlightened enough to Eat With One Chopstick Only.
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Chopsticks - 225mm continuous print. by relet is licensed under the Public Domain license.
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