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Camaro Nervoso Fixed For Printing With A Flat Bottom

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Camaro Nervoso Fixed For Printing With A Flat Bottom by Peoples-Exchange Apr 5, 2013
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2795Views 529Downloads Found in Automotive
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Most of the credit for this print goes to RSILVA for creating the original Camaro file. I cut off the bottom, attached the wheels to the body and beefed up the rims. All of these edits made for a nice and easy print.

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Layer Height: .2
Infill: 10%
Shells: 2
Raft: No
Support: NO

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what kind of filament is that?

It is a translucent yellow PLA from a Chinese Vendor.

Think you could do something similar with my delorean or the other delorean on thingverse? I've tried but my results never slice properly.

I gave it a shot but there were too many non manifold areas in need of repair for my skill level. If you can find a simplified manifold model I'd be happy to tinker further. A Delorean would certainly be a good addition to my wall of vehicles.

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