Astor Place Cube with Ear Rafts

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Astor Place Cube with Ear Rafts by GaryT Apr 23, 2013
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I had trouble printing mariothemagician's Astor Place Cube http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:49339 on my Rep 2 so I added a couple ear rafts to keep the object on the build plate.

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Has anyone successfully printed one of these using Makerbot? The print with 0.10mm layer height, 5% infil, 3 shells, rafts on and no infil would have taken around ten hours and started out okay but after the first two hours it turned into spegetti because the edges where the cube fits into the base print in the air and gravity took over.

I also noticed the support added on what would be the bottom going onto the base isn't actually touching the cube so probably isn't too useful.

Any tips or recommended settings from peopel who have printed one?