friends of mine just married. so i desinged them a neat litte reminder, date of the event included on the bottom side of the stand. so hopefully they will look up the date and won't forget the wedding day in a few years. but if they do...uhps, not my fault :-D
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after a lot of help from the community and calibration on my printer, i was able to print this neat little present again, and it turned out very fine!! :-) sadly, the rings got apart and i had to glue them back on top (of a new stand...) but when they got theyr present ... well, it was worth it!! check out the "i made one" for further details
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this is one of my first dual extruded prints. and as you can see on the (post-production-)pics, i'm not very happy with the result.
MAIN ISSUES: 1) oozing: golden filament contaminated the white stand --> ooze shield was used, but still the color fragments at the stand --> print it separatly and glue it together afterwards?
2) connection between stand and rings looks horrible --> extruder with gold filament (extruder2) wasn't primed? --> gcode script?
3) bottom area of the rings (big overhang) are ugly --> no supports possible, or the white stand will become more contaminated with the golden filament
4) lots of stings --> increase the retraction?
5) insufficient bridging --> better cooling? faster movement while bridging?
ANY IDEAS? please let me know in the comments, and let's improve this thing!!