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  • in reply to: printing on a cr-30 #275938
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    pictures as promised, left one is printed on Prusa MK3S and right is printed on Creality CR-30
    the creality messures to roughtly 1.2 mm bottom layer, while the prusa messures around 1.7 mm

    the cr-30 is temporarly out of commision (it is being moved to a more permanent setup) but when it is back up i will try printing the mine tiles on it

    in reply to: printing on a cr-30 #275909
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    so you might be able to do it but i honestly don’t see being pritty, the belt while fairly tight is a textile so printing tall thin objects seems foolish, i have however noticed that the bottom layer of the tile is a tad bit shorter than some of the other tiles i have printed
    the ones printed on my creality CR-30 is the cave floor and i have some old mine floor tiles printed on a prusa mk3S
    will send a picture later

    btw. there is a noticeable difference in surface smoothing when printing flat on both machines, it looks nicer on the cr-30 due to the layerline being at a 45 degree angle

    in reply to: printing on a cr-30 #275908
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    the very first line looks a little stringy but i can’t tell where the layers change on the bottom other than that, i believe that the issue is that the pins fuse to well to the bottom for me to simply be able to pull them out

    in reply to: printing on a cr-30 #274551
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    the inserts seem to work fine

    in reply to: printing on a cr-30 #274549
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    prusament pla

    in reply to: printing on a cr-30 #273888
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    so status update
    by killing more pieces than i would have liked, i found that by twisting the top of each peg out, i could then cut peg of at the bottom without issue (it does deform the underside a tiny bit but that shouldn’t be an issue)

    in reply to: printing on a cr-30 #273856
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    in reply to: designing dungeons #145206
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    you can get a list of parts by pressing save and then “Export as list of models”

    an opensource project would also be cool

    in reply to: The difference between two bundles #141335
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    i’m only aware of one “Rampage Castle Bundle”
    as to the difference between TRG and RPG, RPG is the original openlock system with room for only 1 lock pr basic tile, while TRG has room for 3 locks pr tile allowing for a little shifting between the tiles position

    in reply to: How much filament do I need….. #141138
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    most slic3rs will give you an estimate of material usage
    you can use some of the free tiles on thingiverse to do estimates

    in reply to: designing dungeons #141131
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    should probably be a bit more specific with my question
    is there any plans on improving the current builder?
    are there any similar map makers that might be more functional?
    is there any place to discuss and suggest new features for the builder? (such as hide level for better view of lower levels or section copy)

    in reply to: Im looking for the Castle plans #141112
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    you could do the basic mapping out on this https://builder.printablescenery.com/

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