Eustathios Bearing Holder

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Eustathios Bearing Holder by walter Jun 3, 2015
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Remix of Eric Lien's Eustathios v2 Spyder bearing holders, should be the same in all the significant dimensions.

Should be printable flat without support.

Filaments: (full list can be found on thrinter.com)
-- 3D Supply Source Clear PETG

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Those prints look super cool!
Have you found another material that has this much transparency? 3D supply has no stock :(

Can you share some details of your print settings? Is there post-processing involved? I've been experimenting with printing solid, but nothing comes out this transparent.

No post processing, other than in Adobe Lightroom. I mostly tweak the extrusion multiplier until it's just short of overextruding. Finding the right temperature also seems important for some filaments. I find it's more challenging with smaller nozzles, more complex parts, or larger parts. Here's the settings I used with the PETG from 3D Supply Source.

temperature: 240C/75C

cooling Fan: 10%

nozzle: 0.4mm

extrusion width: 0.48mm

layer height: 0.15mm

infill outline overlap: 0% (i think this causes problems on thin parts if it's too high)

infill: 100%

thin wall perimeter overlap: 0%

retraction vertical lift: 0.05mm (to avoid streaks on travel moves)

always retract on travel moves

extruder ooze rate: 100mm/min

speed: 40mm/sec, outlines at 50%

outlines: 2

extrusion multiplier: 0.99 (this requires a bit of trial and error)

extruder: printrbot gearhead / E3Dv6

Walter - Awesome! I modified mine just like this. Clear PETG too! Love your work!