Car Wheel - Dualstrusion

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Car Wheel - Dualstrusion by snoballz Oct 8, 2012
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A Wheel I designed for a my tech graphics class.


Open each file in ReplicatorG and centre them on the build plate, then save.
Print both the rim and tyre together.
There is some cross colour contamination but most comes off just by scratching it with a finger nail or Stanley knife etc.
This can help if you've never dualstruded before.
Let the dualstrusion begin!

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