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    Love my brass ... Love my SSR ... Hard choices ...

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      My first print! It's a rabbit!
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      • BrickHaus

        BrickHaus

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        Baller. My bad, fixed somewhat.

        What was your print speed, bed heat, nozzle temp, ect?

      • Brokeass_baller

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        Nozzle temp was 205*c, bed temp was 60*c. I'll have to check the parameters for speed and whatnot next chance I get to play with it. It's gotta be something simple that I fudged up.

      • XEMON

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        I wouldn't use air spray on this build plate ... Keep it for glass plate bed.

        Bed tramming (called levelling in the 3D printer community ๐Ÿ˜œ) seam to be the issue. The "paper trick" is total bs, there are some nice calibration print you can watch it lay the first layer and adjust on the fly until it's the way you want it.

      Today I designed and printed a speed wheel for my TR50. Itโ€™s a perfect fit and with the modeled grooves, itโ€™s impossible for it to slip around. Considering how I, um, borrowed this idea from Xemon, I'll be holding onto my design for personal use only.





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        FINALLY had more time to play around, and I got a decent print of that bunny I tried a while ago. There were 2 shifts from when I upped the speed during the print, but I was impatient, so I don't care. Lol.

        I'm just glad that I'm finally figuring this crap out. Nozzle temp: 200*c, bed temp: 60*c, speed: 100, z-offset: -3.7.
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        • Brokeass_baller

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          Now I just need to buy some better filament and print myself some Nelspot goodies. ๐Ÿ˜

        Finished this yesterday... holy layer shift batman. Ill be checking my Y belt tension haha.

        Im not even mad. The print is still usable amazingly.
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        • Spider!

          Spider!

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          I had my old printer all dialed in, then one day the x-belt tension went over the edge for the first time in several years. Always something.

        13 ci tank cover in TPU!
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        • Siress

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          Neat! What'd it cost to print?

        • Spider!

          Spider!

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          Cost????? What's that?

        • MuddyBloodyFactory
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          My soul, but that's because I designed and built my own 3d printer. Paintball gear is a "free" perk. Ideally the machine will be self funding as well.
          If you want to do math, I used Amazon Basics 95A TPU and my slicer says this is about 25 grams of material.

        And now a 15ci First Strike Tank Cover butt. Prototype, printing final version now.
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          Tiny print! Just got my first resin printer set up. I bought it used off of my coworker. Itโ€™s a Kingroon KP6. All default settings. Siraya fast resin. The figure is a custom model I spliced together. Iโ€™m really pleased with how it turned out. This is at 10% scale. So it should look great in the intended size.
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            another 2 tank cover styles for small tanks. one that holds 10-round-tubes!

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              Few things over the weekend. Some not pictured, but the printers seem to be working.
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                So, in an attempt to close out my defunct walzmas giveaway I'm churning a few of these out. Im hoping to mate the front part of one print to the back part of the next or last print to get unique color transitions.

                i may give up on the purple body with a smidge of green, but time will tell what the other sets produce.
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                  Carbon fiber T2 Stockclass feeds , yes they are for sale , also have low rise for T2F and a version for phantoms


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                    finally got around to setting up the printer I got at Christmas, after several failed prints due to not reading directions well enough, I finally had my first successful print. just a simple unicorn Keychain for one of my daughters. still much to learn, but I'm having a blast.

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                      emek bits

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                        Working on a thad adapter prototype. First try seems like it'll work.
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