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Braille Slate, one line

by craeen Feb 18, 2016
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Any instructions on how to print?
Articulating the detail of the dots is really difficult.

This was one of my very early designs, before we had our own 3D printer and I'd get them printed at Shapeways... it prints great with laser sintering, but now I can completely see why it wouldn't with a regular home printer! I should revisit the design... Sorry not to be of more help at the moment...

Yo after some extensive calibrations,

I actually nailed this print. I'm so proud of myself. The design is fantastic. I'll post a make later

Wow!! That's really impressive...!

No no, thank you for giving me the inspiration to try and print such a thing. My partner is very interested in Braille studies, and I'm interested in accessibility myself. It frankly didn't occur to me at all to print a stencil.

As it stands, the holes are simply too delicate. I'd need to split the design and then scale up, which may not have the desired result.

Hello! I have printed it and I get an error. Do I have to change the thickness of the filament?

I'm sorry I never saw your comment until now! You can see my above reply to rileylungmus... perhaps .1mm layer height would help and a small nozzle?

Now we're learning (and teaching) I really like this. Very original.

This is neat. Very well done.