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HoleyMoley

by cerberus333, published

HoleyMoley by cerberus333 Apr 13, 2013

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I don't have a clue what possessed me to make this

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Awesome! Can't wait to see the pics. I'm going to try for the mini maker fair here in Seattle. I'll do likewise if I can make it.
Ok cool... Yeah the outer skin or perimeter is what you can not eliminate. So the shell setting in Print-O-Matic just adds to that! Very cool... downloading now and slicing as I type this!
Yes, I use replicatorG (which says print-o matic somewhere) so it does 2 interior shells and then a slower outer 'skin'.

When i do the 0% infill, I find often 2 or 3 shells (not including the outer skin)
helps to extend the angle the next layer has to attach to. It seems to reduce the gaps I get (not eliminate, just reduce).
the nice thing about this method is i seem to get really solid light prints.

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0% infill 2 shells

Looks great!... When you say 2 shells.. do you mean 2 in Print-o-matic? -- so 3 in total -- ? As there's always 1 shell generated.
Looks great!... When you say "2 Shells" is that 2 in print-o-matic so 3 in total? As there's always "1 shell"?
Yes, I use replicatorG (which says print-o matic somewhere) so it does 2 interior shells and then a slower outer 'skin'.

When i do the 0% infill, I find often 2 or 3 shells (not including the outer skin)
helps to extend the angle the next layer has to attach to. It seems to reduce the gaps I get (not eliminate, just reduce).
the nice thing about this method is i seem to get really solid light prints.
Ok cool... Yeah the outer skin or perimeter is what you can not eliminate. So the shell setting in Print-O-Matic just adds to that! Very cool... downloading now and slicing as I type this!
Yes, I use replicatorG (which says print-o matic somewhere) so it does 2 interior shells and then a slower outer 'skin'.

When i do the 0% infill, I find often 2 or 3 shells (not including the outer skin)
helps to extend the angle the next layer has to attach to. It seems to reduce the gaps I get (not eliminate, just reduce).
the nice thing about this method is i seem to get really solid light prints.
Haha, I love it! Man, quite an excellent collection you have growing there in the background. I know that's just the tip of the iceberg, too.
I am going to be exhibiting a large number of the models at the
Westport mini maker fair (april 27th 2013). I will take some pics of the display.
Awesome! Can't wait to see the pics. I'm going to try for the mini maker fair here in Seattle. I'll do likewise if I can make it.
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