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I am using Cura 3.2.1 and the Prusa MK2s. It turns out well, except for the actual parts on top of the base being too fragile. I was tempted to make it all 100% infill but that would be a huge print. Maybe my Cura version will do as someone else said, to change to 100% infill from the top of the base up?
Hi. I am attempting to print this project. I printed some starter parts with no problem (100% infill) , but when it came to the base and the 20% infill, it turned out too fragile, like a semi-stiff foam. It took a long time for the base to print, and will be even longer if the infill is increased to something like 60% but I think thats what it will take. Also even though I had support checked in Cura, it didn't print with support which is very strange but it still printed. Just wanted your experience and thoughts on this. Thanks.
Awesome project. Thanks for sharing! Are the "25mm adapter and gear such that it presses into the 16.2mm holes in the base, and has an extended gear" included in the download? If not can you make them available?
Personally I thought the plans were very sufficient. What a good idea.
This was an awesome print thanks!
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