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Nautilus Gears - Build Plate

by tbuser, published

Nautilus Gears - Build Plate by tbuser Jul 28, 2012

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Nautilus Gears - Build Plate by tbuser is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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Just realigned the parts so you can make the whole thing at once. (if you have a big enough build area)

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You might want to flip one of the gears so they are printed facing the same way. Otherwise when assembled the "top" printed surface will be facing opposite ways on the two gears. Doesn't make a difference to most people, but if anyone is printing on glass the finish will be slightly different.

Thanks for arranging them onto a plate though!

Heh, I had made a very similar plate, and had not considered uploading it. I see now that this could be useful for people who have not yet grappled with an STL editor. I'll try to be good about uploading them in the future!

Bummer I didn't see this 30 minutes ago. I happen to be printing out the gears now. Next the upper, and then lower.

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