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Updated FLEX_Link about 2 years ago
Updated FLEX_Link about 2 years ago
Published FLEX_Link about 2 years ago
Published Flexible pliers (dual material remix) over 2 years ago
Contributed on La Petite Pince ( a flexible pliers ) over 2 years ago
Carousel thumb colorfabb flexi tang 4
Printed on:
BCN3D Sigma
Result:
The dark-grey one in the back
Commented on 3D Printed Bike over 3 years ago
Hi imaginables, Yes, it takes quite a bit with a o.4mm nozzle, that's why we've been using a 0.8mm nozzle. We've printed the parts with 0.27mm layer height and retractions set to on (4.5mm, 45mm/s). All the parts are designed in a way that you don't need support in the slicer. Please let us know how your prints are going! Best, Stephan
Commented on 3D Printed Bike about 4 years ago
<p><a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="/users/david--2" class="mentioned-user">@david</a>&nbsp; Yes we've used 3.4mm perimater lines and 100% Infill.</p><p><a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="/users/rob-s-3d" class="mentioned-user">@robs_3D</a>&nbsp;You'll need 3 to 4 750g spools XT-CF20 to print the bike frame parts.</p>
Commented on 3D Printed Bike about 4 years ago
<p>We did a FEM study with the current DIN EN ISO standard and it holds theoretically.</p>
Commented on 3D Printed Bike about 4 years ago
<p>Mostly 0.27mm, since these are big parts to print.</p>