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Discussion in 'Show off' started by SoBaldrick, Mar 28, 2016.
Printing a clock, so far frame and dial completed, working on the cogs.
Looks pretty great so far. Is that with the 0.4 nozzle or did you fit the 0.25?
What is the source for the clock?
Brian Laws' web site http://www.3dprinterclocks.com/
Still using the standard 0.4 nozzle.
been doing some testing, as below.
same filament, 220 C Nozzle, 60 C bed but first with 0.4 Nozzle and second with 0.25 Nozzle
Nice shot of the 0.25mm nozzle printing quality. Pretty awesome.
Thanks, reprinting the other cogs etc with 0.25 now
I wonder if lowering the print speed might also have helped with the 0.4mm.... Some of those jagged edges could be a result of a big fat nozzle (in comparison to the part) moving quickly. Smaller nozzle works well as a solution too.
I have been doing that now with the 0.25, down to 50%, the cogs shown above where both at 100% though
Printed out more parts, all with 0.25mm Nozzle, only a couple of parts left now, just waiting for some M2 bolts and drill bits to start assembly
I like the colour of the light brown gearwheel, is that 3DOM filament ?
All three gears are printed with samples of metalic filament from Faberdashery, the light Brown is what they call "Bling Bling Gold".
the counter weight pot is printed in the sample of everyday PLA that came with the big box.
OK. Thanks. It looks very smooth.
Making me look forward to the time when I play with the 0.25mm.
Well mostly assembled now, just tuning the gears etc. but looking good..
Got to do the hands in a different colour though.
sweet. Maybe that nice red for the hands?
maybe, or Yellow. will print both and try out.
Really nice work!