[COMMUNITY] Prints from our HBP's

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DNeves
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[COMMUNITY] Prints from our HBP's

Post by DNeves » 25 Nov 2015, 17:38

Hi Guys!

I'm opening this topic for everybody that want to share some pictures of the latest prints that you guys have done. I personally like to see prints from others, specially from people that has the same printer that I do! It allows me to know it better ;) and we can all help each other! By sharing this, we can simply congratulate or make a constructive comment to improve even more our prints! :D

I can start by sharing one print I've made. Let's try to give some information regarding the print (simple info). I'll do an example to be used as "template":

Part: Mini cross bow
Description: Use just for fun! :D
Material: PLA
Resolution: 0,2mm
Design: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:509659
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Re: Prints from our HBP's

Post by dbarciela » 25 Nov 2015, 19:53

Very nice little thing. Please post the link to the source to credit the author of the design and for others to print. I suggest others to do the same in the future. If the design is yours, nevermind, you may not want to share it for valid reasons.

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Re: Prints from our HBP's

Post by DNeves » 25 Nov 2015, 20:17

dbarciela wrote:Very nice little thing. Please post the link to the source to credit the author of the design and for others to print. I suggest others to do the same in the future. If the design is yours, nevermind, you may not want to share it for valid reasons.
You're absolutely right! ;) Already updated my previous post! :)

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Re: Prints from our HBP's

Post by Filipe » 26 Nov 2015, 10:19

Good idea :)

From the start, the community usually shares their prints on the facebook group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/beevery ... community/

But, I don't see any harm on having a section here dedicated to share prints, and more details about them.

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Re: Prints from our HBP's

Post by DNeves » 26 Nov 2015, 10:39

At this moment I'm building variable number stamp. Here is the set of the first 10 digits!

Part: Stamp digits from 0 to 9
Description: Stamps for numbering limited edition items (for example)
Material: PLA
Resolution: 0,2mm
Design: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1165580
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Re: Prints from our HBP's

Post by HALFORD » 27 Nov 2015, 21:38

Marvin at 0.050mm layers
Print time 1:44mins
temp:210
infil 15%

http://postimg.org/gallery/2nurg42wq/

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Re: Prints from our HBP's

Post by DNeves » 28 Nov 2015, 01:08

Whats the material Halford? I never tried that resolution.. But I think I get better results with 0.1mm layers. Isn't the temp too high? (in case it is PLA?)

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Re: Prints from our HBP's

Post by HALFORD » 30 Nov 2015, 22:44

Yes PLA it seems to flow better at @210-215.
It does seem a bit "blobby".
Any ideas how to reduce this?

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Re: Prints from our HBP's

Post by DNeves » 01 Dec 2015, 11:54

HALFORD wrote:Yes PLA it seems to flow better at @210-215.
It does seem a bit "blobby".
Any ideas how to reduce this?
Not quite sure, but you can try to reduce the temp by 5 degrees and see if the PLA still runs smoothly. I don't think that issue might be related with retraction speed in that particular design..

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Re: Prints from our HBP's

Post by DNeves » 01 Dec 2015, 11:59

Part: Case
Description: Case for storing the number stamps.
Material: PLA
Resolution: 0,2mm
Design: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1165601

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