This Old TARDIS, 3D-Printed Parts

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This Old TARDIS, 3D-Printed Parts by profhankd Feb 23, 2015
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These are the 3D-printed parts referenced in the Instructable, This Old TARDIS (http://www.instructables.com/id/This-Old-TARDIS/): a 4th-Doctor key, matching lock (with bar and catch for the left door), and the word "Bigger" to put on the inside.


All of this is a really easy print in PLA.

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The back side is quite thin, about 1mm. You don't by any chance have Cura's Advanced menu "Cut off object bottom (mm)" option set to more than 0, do you?

I keep trying to print the key, but everything acts as if the back side doesn't exist.
I've tried splitting it in Cura and printing the back, nope
tried just printing the whole thing, nope
any ideas?
The door to my office is a tardis and there's NFC scanner to get in, I'm wanting to sandwich the NFC coil between the 2 halves so the key really is the key!