Calibration Cube Collection

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Calibration Cube Collection by thingster Mar 3, 2013
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I've put some print test cubes each of a different size into a nice collection. It contains 10 different sizes (edge length) reaching from 5 to 50 mm with increments of 5 mm.


5 mm
10 mm
15 mm
20 mm
25 mm
30 mm
35 mm
40 mm
45 mm
50 mm


Use these for printing tests. I recommend thicker walls for the larger boxes.

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I printed the 5 and 10mm cubes. The 5mm cube printed fine but I had to adjust settings for my printrbot because it could not cool fast enough and had problems with warping due to shrinkage at the top and not filling the top. First I adjusted to 50% fill which worked. I also tried lowering the fill back down to 15% and slowed the print speed to 15mm/sec from 45mm/sec. While this also solved the shrinkage warping, it did not work out as well for the top fill.

Verry usefull to test printers, thank you.