Monthly Archives: November 2012

No blue tape? Use pale yellow tape!!

After a couple of months using ABS we decided to try out PLA, but got stuck just before hitting “start building” because we had no blue tape with which to cover the kapton bed! So blue tape is produced by … Continue reading

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So what about it?

So, what is all this 3D printing mania REALLY about?? If you want to get an idea on what you are missing out, just download and read this nice little booklet that Jasonwebb has designed for beginners. You will find … Continue reading

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Led Christmas tree

Trasnparent PLA is terribly cool because it goes well with LED lights Just had to try and print out this tree that needs a small led throwie afterwards…. But sadly my machine started shifting again and twice I had to … Continue reading

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Bigger on the inside…

Tardis pin by cymon Tardis pendant always by cymon! because the angels have a phone box!   Dark blue PLA from faberdashery and light blue from reprapworld The dark blue one is definitely a better quality, I tried lowering the … Continue reading

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ok? ko!

Carlo has been repeatedly printing the ok hand after seeing it on display at one of the booths of the 3d printshow in London. Paul Candler was present and showing some incredibly detailed works made using Netfabb with a 20 micron … Continue reading

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Strechlet

It’s time for another Stretchy bracelet! This time with the transparent PLA. 26 minutes On the right my first experiment using ABS, then the 2 in PLA. I really like how it turned out. As always thanks to the author … Continue reading

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Twisted box shape

So this is the first finished real 3d object I’ve printed using PLA that turned out really nice. I want to make the lid too but I’m so smart I forgot to write down if I’ve changed the size of … Continue reading

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