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NOKIA 1520 snowflake cover

by Younes, published

NOKIA 1520 snowflake cover by Younes Apr 21, 2014

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Download this free Nokia 1520 case, inspired by snowflakes, compatible with all 3D printers (STL format). #LumiaInLapland

Design by Younes Duret
http://younesdesign.com/

You don't have a 3D printer? no problem :)
http://younesdesign.com/boutique/

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layerHeight: 0.20
numberOfShells: 3
doSupport: false (Yea! no support needed!)

infill feedrate: 120
insets feedrate: 100
outlines feedrate: 80

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Mine printed out correctly. Just a but hard to put the phone in. Thanks!!

File gets stuck at 61%. Any ideas why? Im printing on MakerBot Replicator gen 5.

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Mine gets stuck at 64%.

I have checked the position of polygons and the document contains no errors. Generally, in these situations, the problem often comes from feedrate speed parrametres and diameter of the filament. First, check that your filament has a diameter of 1.75... if this is not the case, change the diameter in the parameter of your Slicer to match the diameter of you filament. Also decrease of about 20% to 40% your feedrate speed parrameters...
Normally it will fix the problem... Keep me posted.

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