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HeadPhone Jack Lanyard

by davidbates Jul 31, 2013
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Could you please remove the rafting on it? I'd like to print it for a mini figuriune i have on my phone

Updated with no support file.

are you a murderer like norman or are u related at all

No I am the master... think on that one :)

Tall, thin things like that tend to detach during printing, so printing it horizontally like this is probably for the best. You may be able to lop enough off the bottom to print without support, and still have it fit nicely in the jack though!

On another note -- I'm not so sure this is a great idea. If the lanyard gets caught on anything, you're liable to damage the headphone jack.

You may want to stand this on its end so you don't need as much support or cleanup. Thanks for the build. :) I might use it for a stand.

As Corona688 said printer normally don't like tall skinny things. It has a hard time printing vertical. However, I agree that it would make for less support removal. I chose to do my own supports and these supports will normally twist-off easily. Have fun.

What slicer are you using? Does it have a brim mode? I have to print a lot of stuff that way and it makes for a very nice print. :)

I either use repG or Makerware using PyPy on a mac. I really like Makerware's new raft so I tend to use it more right now. I've never messed with the Brim option, I'll give that a whirl and see what happens.