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Mesh

by Dugi, published

Mesh by Dugi Nov 18, 2016

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Design Tools

Sketchup

License

Mesh by Dugi is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license.

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Summary

Mesh for different use (e. g. medical, modelmaking, repair,...).
Use boiling water to make the mesh flexible.
Cool down a little bit and mold the mesh.

Use PLA.

This thing is still under development.

Print Settings

Printer Brand:

Ultimaker

Printer:

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.25mm

Infill:

30%

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Forgot to note the size before printing. Should have scaled it up. Might even be able to print it thinner to reduce print time.

Hello, you are right. But in Cura e. g. you can still see and change the size.

Thanks MrRobot that you like it!
You can use a little pliers to cut the mesh in the right form (or a better pair of scissors).

Looks great! I'll make a few of these for my med kit, I didn't even think of this!

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