Bracelet 'low res - high quality...'

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Bracelet 'low res - high quality...' by joris May 13, 2011

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A bracelet for everyone who likes it...!

Print and give away as a present!

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Print without fill! its a fast design... on Ultimaker with speed: 6 minutes, with even more quality 12 minutes

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I'm printing this and it's pretty darn solid. What am I missing here?

hi, i think you miss the iinstruction... : )

"Print without fill!"


My wife wanted a thicker one that was also slightly smaller so I scaled down the x/y and scaled up the z in OpenSCAD. I had to run the .stl through meshlan/netfabb first though.

Absulutely brilliant though! I printed a few, they print so quick!

I printed one without fill it printed really quit. However it was a bit flimsy so I made another one with three shells rather than one.

In skeinforge I turned Fill back on, and set Infill Solidity (ratio) to 0. I also set Solid Surface Thickness (layers) to 0 and the three Extra Shells settings to 2. All the settings that need to be changed were in the Fill tab.

The bracelet is much more substantial with these settings, and it do
esn't take that much longer to print.