Fish Bone

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Fish Bone by CentaurDesign Oct 22, 2012
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Created by grade 12 student, Scott L., using Google Sketchup.
Note: Student has improved the design to make the tail thicker so it fills in better during priting. New design is FishBone2.


Printed on a Makerbot in white ABS with 15% infill, 1 shell, .2 layer height, extruder temp 225, bed temp. 110, no raft, no support.

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Pass on my congratulations to Scott L. While it is easy to use SketchUp to model it can be hard to create manifold objects that do not have self interesting or overlapping faces. So I am thankful to have a fellow SKP creator that produces things that will slice. Now have him tackle it in OpenSCAD;)

Flex fish printet with 0.5 extruder setting, and a 0.4 extruder.

Your school sounds awesome! I wish I had a 3d printer when I was in school.