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Big Love <3 - Heart Gears

by faberdasher Feb 13, 2012
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Congrats, your model made it on my top 3D Printed Valentines Day Gifts! See here for the article: http://3dprintingninja.blogspot.com/2015/02/top-5-free-3d-printed-gifts-for.html

I love this........ and really sad that it has the slicer glitch. As I have worked for moths fine tuning my printer with slicer. Currently trying to setup the config file. Is there a patched version of piece 5-7 out there anywhere?

Love this! I must get pink before printing!

Have a few red sharpies? Get the filament colorizer and with white filament and red sharpies and you'll get pink!

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:77424http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

Filament Colorizer - Sharpie edition
by ramai

Yep, we went for Cherry Blossom :)

Do you have a link to this color filament? I can't seem to find it. Thanks!

I found that the pins aren't that hard to fit in as long as you squeeze them a few times before you try to fit them in. Just reach for a pair of pliers, or even just bite down quickly.

This is, by far, the best print I've made yet. Absolutely nothing broke and all the gears fit together perfectly. Kudos.

I like. Except it is almost impossible to fit pins with 100% fill..

What type of printer did you print this on?

RepRap (Prusa) Mendel.

very interesting.

how long it take to make, what is the cost of the material?

It consumed about
£15 of plastic and took a few evenings to print.

What is that in plastic weight about? Also is that solid?

Very nice! This scaled up version is a real eye catcher and would be a lovely gift :)

We'll see how big these things can get when my replicator gets here! :)

WoW! that's nice, you'll have to make a little (big) stand for it.

Yes, please design a stand for the big heart! Nothing complicated or too big to take away from the heart, itself!

What to do with unlimited printing filament supply....Make huge things! :)

I want your filament now... :-$

Nice print, and thanks for sharing the detailed printing directions.