Print Bed Scraper

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Print Bed Scraper by Luked Nov 14, 2012
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This is my first upload. Still waiting on my Solidoodle so haven't printed it yet.

Please let me know if you print it and whether it works/what can be improved upon.


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how is it in removing the prints from the bed? did you use PLA or ABS?

Printed it on a flashforge replica, i aborted before it built the handle as i wanted a flat flexiableish tool.

I print it flat as is in the image. I like that because of the layers the edge of the blade part is more less sacrificial and can be broken off as it wears away.

P.S print at 75% and trim the nose a bit- you now have a backup windshield ice scraper on your keychain :)

Made one on my Solidoodle at 75% size.  Had to run it through Netfab (local version)  and Slic3r kinda butchered the taper a bit at .3mm.  It will work though!  My old one was getting a bit worn. Cheers

How will you scrap it off the bed? :)

you could print two and each scraps the other

{Mind Blown}
Probably the best comment on this site.

 Why the hell I didn't think about that? :D

If you want it to be strong a get the job well done you could rotate it and print if vertically with the long side on the bottom.