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hypercube by Gatewood Jun 9, 2015
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this is a hypercube which can be used to represent the 4th dimension. pretty neat when you think about it.


print with supports this will not work without them and thats all that i can really suggest.

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Am I the only one having any issues printing this with my printrbot? It keeps freezing mid way through printing this model.

As far as I know yes you are. Have you had the same problem with other prints doing this or just this because I had a short in my thermistors and that killed my prints but it did that for all of them at random points. Try a different slicing program and see if it continues other than that idk what to tell you but maybe someone else will.

I retract my last statement turns out to be a bad usb cord to my octopi. Printing now and holding strong.