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Step 1: Orientation and Support

I advise this orientation and support structure for this print.

who says its a stolen idea and in this day and age.. we are all using borrowed ideas. <br><br>besides I would make the glide surface smooth. no logo.. unless it's smooth but not embossed like it is. all in all. I never used this and never cut my fingers.. technique is key.. and practice.
works I have a kitchen knife that cut through one I printed and it's looks photo shopped<br>
<p>Yes the presentation pictures aren't real it's obvious. </p><p>What material did you print with?</p><p>I've got only positive feedback from people who tried it out till now.</p>
<p>Yes, it is not my idea, but it is my own design. Most 3D printables out there are redoing of old ideas. I like 3D printing for the opportunity to personalise and do in your own home things that may not be available at the near stores.</p>
<p>Good idea, but I think it is not the best shape to easily 3Dprint without support ?</p><p>I will try ;)</p>
<p>No, you cant print it without support.</p>
Genius! You could (should) sell these.
<p>This looks really cool! I'd love to see a video of how to use it! </p>

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