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Millenium Falcon cufflinks

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Millenium Falcon cufflinks by demomeatloaf May 12, 2016
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For cufflinks! I added a base so it would adhere to the cufflink back easier.

Print Settings

Printer:

Da Vinci 1.1 Plus

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

.2mm

Infill:

20%

Post-Printing

Glue to cufflink back (sold on Amazon).

How I Designed This

Rhino 5

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Unfortunately 2 unsuccessful prints. :( It prints fine for about 3 hours (at 600% scale) so I go to bed. I get up a couple of hours later to check on it and it's been knocked over. The funny thing is, it looks like it happened at the exact same spot on both prints. It's right after the blaster section print. I'm at work so don't have a picture.
Is there anything special you did to make this stay secured? I'm printing this on a Creality CR-10, with your recommended specs. The first print the hot bed was at 45° and the second print was at 60°. Figured the heat would keep a more secure lock on the print. Both printed on glass with hairspray as adhesive.
I really want to get this printed out because I like the detail you have on the print. I may throw some supports on it next time and deal with that later. But any suggestions anyone has to get this printed out would be greatly appreciated.

If you're printing with pla (which you should be with something like this):
60c bed
A nice big brim
Try Elmer's glue stick instead of hairspray, I tend to have very good luck with the stick.
Last resort is printing slower, if you see that it's the same spot it could either be mechanical or the thing is getting knocked over... Try a setting where at every retraction the head lifts (it's somewhere in cura for sure). Cr 10 is a good machine, but requires very fine tuning when printing detailed objects like this.

Great advice! Thanks! I'll tweak it tonight and hopefully "3rd time' a charm!" Once I get it printed I'll post a picture.
Thanks again for the advice and thanks for the very detailed falcon.

it does'nt need, but the model its not so good either, i had some issues

What problems did you have?

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