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By wenganxiang
#179804
I download some stl files of Chinese map and use my Geeetech 3D printer to print them. Here are the pictures. I could have printed a lager one, but I wanted to look how accurate the printer is first. Looks great! Next time I will print a colorful puzzle! What's your opinion?
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By Ross Robotics
#179814
My advice is to find a 3D printing forum that will congratulate you on your prints.
By wenganxiang
#180212
codlink wrote:My advice is to find a 3D printing forum that will congratulate you on your prints.
Oh, I am sorry. I thought this board permits people share anything electronic here. But this printer's mainboard is also based on Arduino.
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By Ross Robotics
#180213
There's no rule here about sharing anything. But I bet if you were on a dedicated 3D printer forum, you would have lots of replies. In this post, you are sharing a plastic model, not anything about the printer..
By wenganxiang
#180231
codlink wrote:There's no rule here about sharing anything. But I bet if you were on a dedicated 3D printer forum, you would have lots of replies. In this post, you are sharing a plastic model, not anything about the printer..
Sorry, I won't do it again.
By wenganxiang
#180232
fireworksfun wrote:Is it hard to assemble? Is there anything wrong when you are using ?
Actually, it's not so hard to assemble. The building instruction says it will take about 3days, excluding wiring. But I spent only a few hours. The most time-consuming is to debug it.
So far , I haven't met something about the printer that worth complaining. But I have to spend some time to set the printer in Repetier.