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    Art in motion: 3D Printed Sculptures Look Alive When Spun Under A Strobe Light

    Article about 3D printed art......pretty cool



    http://artstyle.sfglobe.com/2015/01/...e_fb_new_32233

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    I printed one of those, now I need a strobe light and turn table
    IMG_20150120_210046441_HDR.jpg

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    Awesome! How long did it take to print?

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    This one is about 2" in dia and took 2.5 hrs using .2 layer height.
    When I loaded the model it was very small so I scaled it up by 10 (Looking back it was probably designed in inches and I imported it as mm)
    I will print it again larger with a .1 layer when I feel more comfortable leaving the printer unattended.


    The stl file is available using the dropbox link at the bottom of this webpage
    http://www.instructables.com/id/Bloo...pe-Sculptures/

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    Hmmm looks like you "lost" resolution by scaling? What nozzle size? .04?

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    .4 nozzle

    I know something needs tweaked. I printed this after changing my esteps to 194 in the firmware. My extruder was only consuming 85mm when asked for 100mm. I am thinking it may be too much now but I haven't figured out how to determine what is correct.

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    leave it at 85mm again and retry?

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    Yes, I will do that

 

 

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