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Drink Coaster for SPEEDRUN
This is a simple drink coaster meant to test how fast your printer can print. See the description below for the rules!For your home
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If you'd like to do a speedrun follow these rules:
1) Print at 0.1mm layer height with 1 perimeter, zero infill and zero top/bottom layers
2) Take a video of your printer printing at least 1 full layer and time it. Try to include a stopwatch or cell phone timer in the shot so we know its not sped up (I forgot to do this, but mine isn't going to win since its not very fast).
3) Post your video and try to show the final print so we can be sure it printed ok (i.e., it holds together) and include a comment here with the link!
Here's a video of my print:
My print was done on a Series 1 using default acceleration. I was maxed out at about 50mm/sec average speed due to acceleration limits (and/or Jerk speed limits). I'm hoping someone can get an average speed of 200mm/sec, which would mean a layer time of 6.7 seconds.
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I find this very convenient of your idea, which can be used to prevent cylindrical objects from rolling around on the floor
Added a low poly count version which should result in a smaller gcode file. You may hit CPU processing limits with the higher poly file as it will generate a more dense gcode file.