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Iris Box

by tofuji, published

Iris Box by tofuji Apr 14, 2018
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Updated, April 22, 2018


This is a remix of "Preassembled Iris Box" by emmett. This may be good challenge that how you understand 3D printing.
Since original model was not so fine and I wanted to know how the parts are linked, I reconstructed it in CINEMA 4D.
http://www.11moon.com/m200/Iris_Box/Iris_Box_1.mp4
http://www.11moon.com/m200/Iris_Box/Iris_Box_2.mp4


"NS_Iris_Box_fuji5_8.stl" is a test model to know what is wrong and best settings.


https://youtu.be/Wuf8cLwLiXw

Print Settings

Printer:

m200 (hand made)

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

width 0.34 mm, thickness 0.17 mm

Infill:

30%


Notes:

Print conditions.

Printer name: hand made, m200
Slicer: Simplify3D
Firmware: Repetier

Filament: 3DXTech CFR-PETG
Nozzle: 0.3mm stainless
Print width: 0.34mm
Layer height: 0.17mm
Injection ratio: lower
Retraction length: 0.75mm

Layers: top 5, bottom 4, side 3
Infill: 30%
Skirt: 5 turns, 0.5mm gap
Support: none
Raft: none

Temprature: 260 C

Speed: 1800mm/min, 80% at outline, infill, support, 25% in small areas
Jerk: 15
Acceleration: 1600mm/sec^2

Print size: 75% of original
Print time: 12 hours

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is there any reason as to why you had part of the print off the build table by 0.08mm i tried printing but had a lot of trouble with the layers and then realized it was offset from the build table not sure if you had it like that on purpose or not?

I am sorry, this was my mistake. I do not know when the mistake was made, but I just fixed it and uploaded.
Thanks.

don't be sorry its all good just wanted to make sure i wasn't going crazy haha

Any tips on getting it to spin?

No tips. Just after I removed it from glass table, It spined.

However, I failed 1 time to print it before. It stacked all parts.
So I made 1/8 cut model to know what is wrong, and best print settings for the model.
Also I changed the data a bit, and printed it 2 times.
Then after I got perfect print which have no stack area in faces and pivots,
I tried again to full model.

I uploaded the 1/8 model, so please try it first.

That's one of the cleanest prints I've ever seen! What printer are you using and what filament? I love the matte black!

I am using hand made 3D printer, and 3DXTech CFR-PETG filament.
https://www.3dxtech.com/carbonx-carbon-fiber-petg-3d-printing-filament/

The filament is best one I have ever used. Fine (up to 0.15mm nozzle), no warp, hard but not breakable.

My printer is small Plusa i3, and unique points are,

  1. Screw drive in X, Y axis.
    http://www.11moon.com/m200/snapshots/screw.jpg

  2. One Z motor drives 2 Z shafts, through timing belt.
    http://www.11moon.com/m200/snapshots/timing_belt.jpg

  3. Simple glass table without heater nor height adjusters.
    http://www.11moon.com/m200/snapshots/table.jpg

  4. Duralmin(A2017) plates frame, and Acryl enclosure.
    http://www.11moon.com/m200/snapshots/head.jpg
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