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T Glass\PETG Coffee Table

Posted by deckingman 
T Glass\PETG Coffee Table
December 29, 2017 11:02AM
I made this if anyone is interested


Description here [somei3deas.wordpress.com]
Video of it being printed here [www.youtube.com]

Ian


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Re: T Glass\PETG Coffee Table
December 30, 2017 03:19AM
Interesting story!
I was curious how you forced the slicer to print those "inlay" patterns. But the blog didn't cover that.
Next time, I hope you have some spare spools of laywood to repeat this thing in real wood-alike look grinning smiley
Re: T Glass\PETG Coffee Table
December 30, 2017 05:51PM
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Next time, I hope you have some spare spools of laywood to repeat this thing in real wood-alike look grinning smiley

There isn't likely to be a next time - unless you fancy supplying the filament - 6 reels should cover it smiling smiley
Re: T Glass\PETG Coffee Table
December 30, 2017 09:21PM
That is both Impressive and stunning.

Really great print!
Re: T Glass\PETG Coffee Table
January 04, 2018 10:02AM
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obelisk79
That is both Impressive and stunning.

Really great print!

Thanks.
Re: T Glass\PETG Coffee Table
May 23, 2018 12:57AM
what is ur printing speed, and what is ur extrusion width on the 00.9 nozzle ? nice project man


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Re: T Glass\PETG Coffee Table
May 24, 2018 12:50PM
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Gaou
what is ur printing speed, and what is ur extrusion width on the 00.9 nozzle ? nice project man

For that table I used 1.0mm extrusion width and 0.7mm layer height printed at 20mm/sec feeding filament into all 3 inputs of the diamond hot end in the ratio of 0.34:0.33:0.33.


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Re: T Glass\PETG Coffee Table
April 04, 2019 07:07PM
I found your video on youtube before finding this post here. I find watching prints can be really mesmerizing. And this one was - right up until the fail. I've woken up to find those on my printer a few times and my stomach drops out every time. With that much filament into the print I can only imagine the feeling ... But really a quite nice recovery!
Congrats on the finished product!
Are you going to print a pair of matching stools, espresso cups and saucers? smiling bouncing smiley

By the way, thanks for your write-ups on your experiences and experiments building and using that really impressive corexy. Most recently I read your post on pressure advance when researching how to tune that feature. I just upgraded to a duet wifi from the old rambo. The duet is worth it if only for the quiet and ease of firmware tweaking.

cheers!
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