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Bacteriophage by EduElfie Nov 26, 2012
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This is a bacteriophage designed in MinecraftEdu.


Print. I printed at 0.2mm layer depth on an Up! Plus printer, made the mistake of printing it hollow, so when I was removing the support the 'head' broke off, a bit of acetone and he was as good as new though.

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I'm tempted myself. I think they recommend supports if the angle of the overhang is more than 45 degrees.

Let me know how it goes.... I have not tried printing it again on my Up Plus yet.

I love this, but any chance this would print on a Makerbot Replicator 2? Those overhangs look terrifying. :D

 No idea, give it a crack and let me know. I am not sure how other printers work at this stage, something for next year is to build one with students, then I might get a better understanding of others.