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I’m finding the Enders are very economical.
That would be awesome. I agree, dragons can be a pain, much like children.
I recommend Meshmixer for cutting. This is what i usually use for cutting things as a one off: Plane cut, export stl, undo, select other side of plane cut and then export stl.
You can try a few things like increasing your wall thickness, slowing down speed when printing walls
Just a short update on this,; I’m working on printing with a 5mm Brim just to check the bed is level when printing and to combat against curling/lifting which seems to be working well.
Awesome, it would be great to see pictures when they’re done
That’s definitely something we can look at in the future.
I’m testing with 2 printers so far and it is particularly simple printer to use. Most of the fussing about comes with manually getting the bed level every so often with the “as is” build plates. As for settings I so far have “Coasting” turned on with default settings. 212 initial temperature and 200 for the rest of the print. I also print the default raft for anything that doesn’t have a broad base.
very nice paint job.
Here is a helpful reddit post on setting it up for windows 10: https://www.reddit.com/r/3Dprinting/comments/79jx06/how_to_easily_preview_3d_models_in_windows_10/
Two words: Mantle piece.
Typically use Raft 4 layers, 0.2 and 10% infill, 210°C temp. I’m testing retraction and z-hop settings, and 99% extrusion but on the whole it’s pretty good out of the box.
Yes, I’ve printed a tonne of them this way, You get a little stringing inside the tile but the detail on the outside can be a lot better. Print with a raft and align your floor tiles in parallel with the print bed motor and you should be all good.
The module is freely available here:
Glad you love Rampage tiles, as we have started working on next Kickstarter.
They are our original caverns
Your file needs to be less than 512Kb
OK, that is cool
We are considering some of these for next Rampage kickstarter.February 15, 2019 at 3:02 pm in reply to: Internal Fireplaces for Port Buildings with Chimneys #136657
I’ll add that in for next update.
That looks awesome and mammoth effort there Keith. I hope it was as enjoyable for you to paint as it was for us. Have you got any inside shots yet?