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Printer Test Suite

by TheMakersWorkbench Jan 15, 2014
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The Right-Angle-XYZ file is odd.
When I import it to cure/s3d, it claims that is 105mm for x dim and 105 Y dim when what displays and prints is actually 100mm
If this is being used for calibration, shouldn't those number match -- they do when I create from scratch the same file using OpenScad. I thik this could lead to serious potential problems if we don't know the size of a reference object is used.is

I haven't printed this pack in a few years, I remember it measuring correctly the 15-20 times I printed it. This pack should not be used anymore though, as printers have evolved, and there are much better calibration prints out there now. Sorry for the confusion.

It prints correctly at 100mm but the slicer claims it to have an x and y dimension of 105mm even though it displays as 100mm on the grid in more than one slicer. SInce it was an openscad created file I was trying to figure out how that anomoly was created.

You could add a bridge test object...

That is what the "Stepped Pyramid Bridging Test" object is for.

Yep, but it is very short; I was thinking to something like this: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:113160http://www.thingiverse.com/thi......

Simple bridge test