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    Very nicely. A couple of bugers in his ears, but the rest worked great. Give it a go. It should give you a pretty good printer health status. And did I tell you it took exactly 4:03
    Spooky!
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    Neat. Perhaps using a lower "tip" size on the meshmixer supports will help you next time.

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    I didn't add the supports.

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    How well did the 3D Systems Cube Glue hold


    couldntbedone.jpg

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    LOL

    Thats why they ask you to rinse it in water hehe

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    BTW you may wanna check www.lokbuild.com for cold bed needs

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    It takes quite some time for water to get under there.

    First time that happened though

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    I use glue sticks. I like it a lot better than than cube glue. It sticks quite well and comes off easier.

    http://cdn.dick-blick.com/items/238/...up-4-3ww-l.jpg

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    Don't get me wrong, I don't mind a good hold while printing!

    I'm going to try to find that Clear Washable School Glue by Elmer's locally.
    That is the most promising so far as direct refills.

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    I like the disappearing purple. That way you can tell when it's dry. By the way, it dries much faster than cube glue.

 

 

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