Ultimate survival utility knife V1_0 body only_remix
by WarHawk8080, published
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I printed this thing http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:83524 , first attempt the round support for the body ripped off bed, then printed with a 20 ring brim, it printed, all the built in "supports" end up breaking the print itself when you remove them. (I printed mine with 1.2mm (3 shells) and 1.0 (4 top/bottom) on .25 resolution and a .4mm extruder.
I then saw the remix http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:83524/#remixes where the support disk on the body was removed, but printing a tall object with no support is not bed friendly...flipped the body on it's side, large area for bed adhesion, however the extra blade slot might have issues printing, unless you use support.
It really is an awesome idea and great design...it just doesn't print well/easy since it's so narrow and bed adhesion is an issue...hopefully my remix will cure that
Anet/Omni A8 from Gearbest
I recommend using supports only for the embedded extra blade pocket, this way it will print somewhat smoothly, it will still need a tiny bit of cleanup, but without it, the pocket area would probably sag or not print at all. Laying flat on it's side the body will have PLENTY of bed adhesion surface area and the angles don't look like they would have issues with overhang droop.
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