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Last edit: 13.Apr.2014, 21:51h

Display-Holder

After a few month of storage a display holder was lost for one of the displays of my company. To replace it, I used Animation:Master and my Makerbot Replicator 2 to model and print it. You can see it already: It works in my tests and seems to be capable of holding the pressure without a problem ...
 
Last edit: 06.Apr.2014, 19:35h

Makerbot Replicator 2: Wood filament Print

A new print with a new filament type: Wood. It was really easy to do that with the new adjustable extruder. Adjusted the pressure, used the same temperatures like with PLA-prints and it worked out great. The result smells like warm wood and feels like cork. The rought texture is not a problem ...
 
Last edit: 29.Mar.2014, 17:52h

Makerbot Replicator 2: Adjustable Extruder

My new Adjustable Extruder is the new extruder update I am working with since 1 week now and I have to say, that it is the best I had till now. It replaces my spring driven extruder which did do a decent job too till I tried to print with Soft-PLA with it since the spring based extruder always used ...
 
Last edit: 16.Mar.2014, 20:12h

Owl-Print

A small but nice 3d print of the common Owl model to fill the time till the screws for my new adjustable extruder are delivered. With this new extruder I hope to be able to print Soft-PLA successfully, which I can not print till now, very likely because my static, spring-based extruder has only one ...
 
Last edit: 24.Dec.2013, 18:04h

Happy Holidays

I wish anyone who reads this Merry Christmans and Happy Holidays. I certainly will have a good time with this new xmas decorations. 10 blue stars are currently hanging from the christmas trees while candlelights are lightening us, maltreat our voices and ears... ;) Merry Christmas!
 
Last edit: 23.Nov.2013, 19:32h

A 3d print example at 100 micron layer height

Here is another example of a 3d print at 100 microns layerheight. It is a pen holder.
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