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Great Gear print!

July 20, 2011

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Pretty excited about todays gear print. I adjusted the Y axis because I noticed it was rubbing against a rod which is very close to the bottom of it. I basically inverted the rod clamps so it brought it higher which does reduce my clearance height, but thats OK since I can still print up […]

Printing a Curved Container

July 9, 2011

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I decided to try at a print which involves curves and thus hanging edges enough to just stick to the previous layer to test out the efficiency of the machine.  I used this pot from thingiverse: I learned lots. belts slipped. Gears slipped. Temperatures varied. and I was watching this thing for 3.5 hours. […]

Pyramid Print – Testing for strings

July 3, 2011

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I saw that this pyramid (made by 3dprinterbot on thingiverse) was a good way to calibrate the stringing which occurs when the print head moves from one object across mid air to another.  Retraction is what its called and its under the Dimension Menu in Skeinforge. (Skeinforge->Carve->Dimension->’Retraction Distance’) It is set for 25mm and the […]

Smallest size test (thus far)

July 1, 2011

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I wanted to print out a toy truck which was on thingiverse: The reason I scaled it so small was actually because I wanted to print something quick after some bridge feedrate calibration I did in skeinforge.  Since this truck had some bridges in the back (where the dump part is), I thought might […]

Memon Name plate

June 27, 2011

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After some adjustments in Skeinforge, I wanted to print out something a little personal so I created a name plate using Tinkercad Tinkercad is a free and easy to use web-based program which will let you share on and also let you download the .stl file.  If others created something on thingiverse, they can […]

Finally an awesome build

June 27, 2011

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After so much difficulty with the huxley, I’ve finally come to a good build. I decided to print out a mini wade extruder because the bowden is what is causing a lot of problems right now. As you can see from the following photos that I had to put wood screws into the bowden cable […]

Second Print – Good cube! But ooze blob on edges

May 2, 2011

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Here is a video of my second print: Heres the picture