The 3D Printed Marble Machine #2
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The 3D Printed Marble Machine #2 - Designed by Tulio Laanen
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Its very simple!
I recommend slicing with with Cura: https://ultimaker.com/en/software/list
Layer height: 0.1 (0.2 optional for faster print)
Shell thickness: 0.8
Bottom/Top thickness: 0.6
Fill Density: 25%
Print speed: 40 mm/s
No Support, brim or raft needed.
use 9.5 - 10mm ball-bearings for Marbles
- And print!
(I Printed on Ultimaker 2)
Explanation different download files:
Original file. Works the best with given instructions above, which means slicing with Cura.
Fixed version, if your not using cura, or if you're experiencing problems while slicing.
The four parts in separate STL files:
Cap, Turning wheel, Lift, Track
- and there is a version of the lift (spiral) without the support cilinder around it if you prefer to print it with a brim or a raft
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