Archive for January, 2019

Finally! But …

Posted in 3D Printing on January 25, 2019 by asteriondaedalus

Looks good right! Nope. Its not a parallax trick, that downwards slope appearing of top edges at front is shrinkage. The obviously failed bits shrunk away from the plate. The large printing stayed stuck to the plate but shrunk back into the plate.

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In fact …

Posted in 3D Printing on January 12, 2019 by asteriondaedalus

No need to bother my sister with requests for prints over 140mm cubic.

I worked out my printer is big enough to print the parts for a delta printer.

Up to 1m high if’n you want to, or you’re game … I am game.

Not bad for second print

Posted in 3D Printing on January 5, 2019 by asteriondaedalus

This is the elbow from a Niryo robotic arm. I seem to be stuck though, since I got the flashforge finder, since it only prints up to 140mm cubic. Still, I can get most parts built and farm out the larger parts to my sister. I will need work on a larger 3d printer once I have mastered the art. I wish I had one of these years (even decades) ago when I did Industrial Design at University.

Now I have done it

Posted in Uncategorized on January 2, 2019 by asteriondaedalus