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VERY impressive design! I'm having a lot of fun printing and assembling the project. One tip I've learned is to take your time and print a smaller number of parts at once and assemble as you go. Initially I tried to fill the print bed with as many parts as possible but inevitably one thing would fail and that would cause all the other bits to fail as well. But I found that if I take my time and print a smaller number of parts that I need as I go, the parts printed better and the print times are shorter so that is more satisfying.Can't wait to get the final assembly together and post the results here. Thank you for such an awesome project!
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Wow. So inspiring, just incredible!
Very elegant and a great way to use 3D printing to capture something that's normally invisible!
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