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light bulb plug E27 E26

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light bulb plug E27 E26 by Jakz Jan 23, 2018
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light bulb plug E27 E26 by Jakz is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Summary

light bulb plug fits E26 E27 keep your fingers away from unused sockets, changed it to V2 it´s the same plug but the "knob" is smaller and fits better

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CR-10S

Rafts:

No

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

.15mm

Infill:

10

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Getting same issue with scale. Anyone able to determine good starting point at any axis?

Hmm, i'm getting issues importing this model, size is way out.

Here some examples of sizes:

Simplify3d: 81.72 x 81.70 x 80.09mm.
Slic3r PE: 3.22 x 3.22 x 3.15mm

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