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  • drrpa75 commented on Matlek's instructable Best Support Settings for 3D Printing3 months ago
    Best Support Settings for 3D Printing

    It's a nice printer actually, but probably a good printer for newbies and small projects. The print size isn't a standard cube, since the print space shrinks once the head needs to move above the outside rim.I'm still new with 3d printers and bought this one almost 2 years ago because of the cheaper price and never using one before. Great printer, truly, but if I had to do it again at this time in the game, I would now choose from either other companies or the newest M3D printer that has more options and less restrictions.Haven't used a slicer yet, so looking at that.

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  • drrpa75 commented on Matlek's instructable Best Support Settings for 3D Printing3 months ago
    Best Support Settings for 3D Printing

    Thanks for the information. Hope maybe this will work with the M3D printer. I haven't looked at Cura before.

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  • drrpa75 commented on Spartan H45's instructable 3D Print and Animate Yourself1 year ago
    3D Print and Animate Yourself

    Guess i should have said, are there any good suggestions on how to do that. Since i can see open source ones listed..

    Yes that would be great to get some information about the photogrammetry. Are there hopefully free programs to use? Thanks!

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  • drrpa75 commented on Spartan H45's instructable 3D Print and Animate Yourself1 year ago
    3D Print and Animate Yourself

    Thank you for the simple "less workshop needed" version of making lazy susan to stand on. Every other one i find requires me to have a full blown wood workshop. Do you know what the weight limit or around this held? I'm guessing a place like Lowes or Home Depot could help me put this together since i have zero tools (except a hammer)

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