My successful prints
Hare, Kitty and Puppy in LtR order of print. When the Hare was done I was ecstatic 🙂
Clockwork Toaster. Some stringing but considering how long it took to print I thought a spider had moved in. With very little cleanup it was fine and worked as intended. As it was printed 10% smaller than the original I was not surprised when the 0.1mm tolerance slider didnt move.
1:64 scale work bench with tools and cabinets for a Diarama enthusiast friend. I thought it was pretty good.
Filament = came with the Ender do no idea of brand
Hot end = 220C
Bed = 65C (with glue stick)
Speed = varied as I was playing with it but the Toaster and workbench were printed at 50mm/s the rest averaged between 100 and 250.
Printed indicator fittings for a motorcycle in ABS on Sunday. It was a steep learning curve but we got there. Unfortunately I don't have post print photos except this one. Taken after fitment.
Filament - Amazon ABS
Hot End - 240C
Bed - 95C
Speed - 100mm/s
There are flaws and it could be better so any advice / comments would be appreciated.
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