Only a Test - A Cube testing a Cut Pattern

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Only a Test - A Cube testing a Cut Pattern by beta_ready Nov 23, 2015
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A cube showing an early example of a cut-out pattern that I'm working on to yield low volume high strength parts. I haven't tried printing it and am sceptical that it would even print in this form -- but please let me know your results if you do give it a try. I will update if I give it a go.

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When i prepare to print (S3D) some of the outside corners on the hollow boxes do no show up. Unable to print atm.

Yes, I also found that I had to scale the part up a few times to get it to slice effectively.