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MakerBot Cupcake (Dual Color)

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MakerBot Cupcake (Dual Color) by MakerBot Feb 1, 2012

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This is one of the original dualstrusion files for the experimental dual MK7, modified from Belakor's design by MakerBot intern Will Langford.

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Use the dualstrusion menu to load and slice each STL however you like, and let it rip!
Note: The STLs have an alignment guide baked in, so if you would like to slice at a layer height less than 0.2mm, you will need to regenerate the STLs from Solidworks.

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How much does the material cost in a part that size?

This cupcake is much smaller than the standard for delicious cakes, measuring just under 38mm tall (1.5inches).

It would probably cost ~$1 for the plastic, and uses about 15 grams of material, though this statistic was generated by a tool I do not fully trust (predicting from GCode, not printed part weight).

Very nice. A well needed derivative.

Rockhold got cupcakes

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