Squashball Feet for Creality CR-10

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Squashball Feet for Creality CR-10 by kaktus2 Nov 15, 2017
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Replaces the default feets of the Creality CR-10 Printer. Eleminates all vibrations to the ground! You need also 4 squash balls...

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Fantastic idea. Sadly, my print broke directly between the base and the holder, with 30% infill there was almost no connection. Will retry it with 100% infill..

Yes, ist musst be 100% infill

Just tried again and watched while printing. I also can see the problem at the slicer preview: within the plate is left a "pit". As soon as the height from the plate is reached, it starts to print the squashballholder above this pit, i.e. there´s a hole where the two "parts" should be connected. I use Simplify 3D V4.

Hole: https://picload.org/view/ddgglwil/squashholder.jpg.html

next layer: https://picload.org/view/ddgglwii/squashholder2.jpg.html