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tonycstech

RoBo 3D Printer Feet

by tonycstech Jan 2, 2014
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Printed flawlessly!! I love these!

Any chance you can upload the file you used to create these? My robo3d no matter what table i put it on wobbles. I want to modify one of the feet to be a little taller.

Thanks

You can simply scale it up in Z axis to make it taller if you need.
STL files can be edited by many 3d editing programs. Blender is free.

Any chance you could release a model with just ONE foot in it? Printing all four at one go isn't working for me... :(

Print with CURA. Import model into viewport and right click the model and select SPLIT OBJECT INTO PARTS.
Model will get split into 1 pieces. Delete pieces you dont need.
REPETIER has this feature as well. Under Object Placement tab, click the broken chain icon. It will brake the model into pieces as well.
Keep in mind that 1 of 4 for the back is different.

I've never been able to get CURA or Skeinforge to work for me... Slic3r tends to work great, other than occasionally taking WAY too long to slice a model...

Thanks for that tip in Repetier! I don't know how for MONTHS I never noticed that you could break a model like that! Jeezabob! I've previously spent WAY too much time breaking STL files apart whenever I didn't want (or couldn't) print a whole set of bits in a file. LOL Feet are now printed (I printed all four feed at the 1 with the notch for the back right corner) and secured them in place with some RVT. Works great, and now my fan on the RAMPS board is in place. :)