ulticontroller speed dial knob

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ulticontroller speed dial knob by romanjurt Aug 2, 2012
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just another oversized ulticontoller knob


i printed mine with 0.2 layer. it's a tight press-fit.

for superfast single finger speed controlling the ulticontroller!

i challenge all ulticontroller users:
from 10 to 999% in 3.6 sec. ha! (only humanpower allowed)
who's faster?

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Can you elaborate on the print settings that you used? I printed this as with a 75% solid fill (figured this'd get a lot of use) and it would not fit on the metal knob.


I tried, but my firmware crashed when I turned the knob too hard...

really? and you didn't use a powerdrill by any chance? ;)