Some parts printed with ddPrint.

X-Cat robot parts

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Prototype parts of the X-Cat extinguishing robot remote control. Printed on the Ender5 with a 0.8 mm nozzle, filament is Herz Petg Black.

Remote Control housing, printed with 0.8 mm nozzle, 0.25 mm layerheight and 65 mm/s speed (this is a max flowrate of 13 mm³/s).

Print time was 14:46 hours (slicer-estimated build time: 11:56 hours).

Weight of the printed part is 524 g, this is 95 % of the slicer-estimated weight (550 g, density 1.29 g/cm³).

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RC housing directly after print, still on printbed.

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No cleanup, yet.

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Measuring weight.

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Some cleanup done.

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More X-Cat parts, lid, pedestal, battery housing and charging adapter.

Todo:show assembled parts

Testing ddPrint with PrusaSlicer

First prints on the Ender5 ddPrinter using PrusaSlicer. Parts shown directly after printing it, no cleanup done.

Sir Nigel Squintsworth Glasses Holder (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4887621) and Nautilus Gears parts (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:27233).

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Lumbar Vertebrae, anatomic model

Model:              https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4637241
ddPrinter:          UM2
Slicer:             PrusaSlicer
Nozzle|layer|speed: 0.8 mm | 0.2 mm | 75 mm/s
Filament:           Kaisertech PLA white
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Misc parts

Assembled Nautilus Gears (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:27233). For better fit to the used 0.8mm nozzle the parts are scaled to 150% in X/Y direction, height of gears and connecting bar is scaled by 312.5% to give 12.5mm respecive 10mm height. The pins are my own design.

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More Sir Nigel Squintsworth Glasses Holders (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4887621) and nautilus gears.

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