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October 29, 2019 at 8:03 am in reply to: Street supports #175425
I haven’t tried to print the street supports, yet….so it might not be the lip I’m referring to that’s the issue, here. However, you can still apply the tactic I described above to make the top flat to suit your needs.October 29, 2019 at 7:56 am in reply to: Street supports #175424
Most of the support beams have a little lip on the end to help hold the upper floors (roof) in place. If that’s not important to you, you can drop the column down 0.2mm (or whatever height that lip is) below your print bed. Anything below the bed won’t be sliced/printed.October 19, 2019 at 2:13 am in reply to: roof printing #173972
The simple house roof took me a little over 27 hours to print, at 0.2 layer height and 50 mm/s.
For the townhouse, each part is between 12 and 15 hours at the same specs, and there are 4 pieces.October 7, 2019 at 10:00 am in reply to: assembly problems #172118
I print my clips at 98% size, to prevent such a tight fit as to break the clips or channels. If you are printing your clips at full size, I’d recommend trying that. If you are already printing them at a reduced size, the printer needs to be calibrated.September 24, 2019 at 2:13 am in reply to: Water Mat for Goblin Grotto? #170238
I took some Dollar Tree foam boards, and spray painted them with Rustoleum gloss dark blue, and then clear coated them with a glossy clear coat. I think it’ll do for my purposes, and I’m toying with the idea of doing the same with an olive green for the other side – for a swampy look.
Attachments:September 2, 2019 at 2:48 am in reply to: goblin grotto floors ender 3 #165584
I’ve been able to get them all to fit on my Ender 3s bed, although the skirt I use drifts off the top right edge on 2 or so of the floors. Most fit as-is, but I had to rotate 2 of them so they fit properly.