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optiblob

test pattern for 3D printers
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Run a bit of software that keeps producing a small test blob/object until it is fully formed.Tiny platonic solids might be nice but internal corners would be a necessity. With the user happy, the temperature and feed are now at optimum and the user can save the operating variables. The user can now print, perfectly, a desired object.

There's a lot of test objects but not software that links object, user and desired print qualities to fix all variables involved in the print.

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wjt, Jun 05 2017


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