Rammstein Keychain Double-Sided

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Rammstein Keychain Double-Sided by YoungBuck May 3, 2013
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I absolutely loved Ark's Rammstein keychain, but I felt it could be twice as awesome as he had designed it, so I made it double-sided. That way everyone in the room can see it!

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Nice! I made mine with plain bottom cause my Printrbot is not handling bridges very well (some more work to do)

I haven't figured out a way to deraft it cleanly... maybe it's best made in two pieces and solvent-bonded in the middle?

I think raft is not needed, it's not too big and bridges should be easy on a well calibrated printer.
If you're printer is not capable you can always get my single-side version http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:81637http://www.thingiverse.com/thi..., then print normal and mirrored, and finally glue them togheter as you said, but you should modify base thickness first, because otherwise you'll have a very thick keychain XD


Rammstein keychain
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I'm running an Up! Mini and it seems to do better on wide, thin parts when they're rafted. But the solution I use to keep really thin stuff from delam and the subsequent Pringle-ing is to put walls onto it and sand them off after... and this already has the walls. Maybe it's OK, I'll run one after my build queue opens up.

As for the sandwich build- noted. But notice, I didn't mirror it... it's rotated 90 degrees so the logo is always right...

that's a good solution too ;)