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I love this as I was weary of printing emmet’s. I know he is a wonderful designer but sometimes his prints are big and bad, meaning that they take a long time to print and typically have a lower success rate. I printed this design with Cura 4.0.0 at 45mm/s and .2 mm layer height. I printed Inland PLA (because it’s pretty cheap) at 200c for the nozzle and 60 for the bed. The print itself came out beautiful and had no stringing or defects, I had a small bump on the bottom due to a gash in my print bed, but other than that it was good. I used a Creality Ender 3 Pro and have had 4 months to play with it, so while I am not the most versed in 3D Printing I have some tricks. Anyway, I cut the tabs on the bottom and followed the instructions thoroughly and read about 1/3 of the comments for help, but no one seemed to have my problem. My problem was with releasing the bottom from the top joint. I pried with a small screwdriver (bigger than the one that comes with the ender 3 pro) and it didn’t come loose until I broke the bottom. I have a video that shows this. Could you tell me why this happened? I thank you for your time in advance and if you don’t get to this I understand that you have thousands of other things to attend to. Anyway, thank you and I love this print! *Other than the broken base :P