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ChrisWilsonCA

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Commented on Make: 2016 3D Printer Shootout Models over 5 years ago
Here are Google spreadsheets of the test results and printer features: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1gZ8gm-KSzJH7uXDafecAdNh-h6nnkJkQ89OSO3yDW4Q https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12wScObdFJNPTUD8yecPBKijWEapZ7HkN5nHgFsqur2w To sort a spreadsheet by particular columns: 1. With the mouse, select all columns in rows 4 to the last row with a printer. Be sure to include the bottom row of labels (row 4) in the selected data. 2. Click Data>Filter views>Create new temporary filter view. 3. Click the boxed triangle in the column you want to sort and select Sort A->Z for increasing numbers or Sort Z->A for decreasing numbers. 4. To sort by multiple columns, repeat step 3 doing the least important column first and the most important column last. When printing a spreadsheet, in the print dialog select "Actual size" and deselect "Fit to page" to make the font bigger and the margins smaller.