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JayArgh

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Commented on Modular Protective Visor about 2 years ago
I just tried this on my Qiditech X-one2, using QIDI-Print for slicing, printed in PLA. QIDI-Print for some reason would not let me put all four pieces on the same lay-out, so I printed in two batches. The studs that connect all the pieces together were quite brittle when printed in PLA, they all snapped with a little bit of pressure. I recommend anyone using PLA clean out the holes for the studs well, so as not to snap them on assembly and use glue when assembling. Let the glue dry before trying it on. Otherwise, the design printed fine and
Favored Modular Protective Visor about 2 years ago
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 2 years ago
@Garrett Lord. Thanks! I'll give that one a try.
Commented on Protective Visor by 3DVerkstan about 2 years ago
I am looking to print the North America 3 or 6 hole model, however, my print bed is only 15x15cm (Qiditech X-one 2) and is thus too small for the all-in-one design. Is there a way to break down the design into three pieces that can be printed on the diagonal? Thinking out loud: print the legs separately and screw and/or glue them to the forehead bridge?