2019-04-27 - The puller was redesigned to be sturdier, and should be printed on the side now. (STL is rotated for correct printing rotation)
The classic game where 2 players compete to be the first to get 4 colors in a row, now with automatic sorting after the game has been played :)
Infill is set to 20% on all parts if not mentioned otherwise!
Total time to print: 46,4h :) which is a wee bit much, but i assure the fun from this game is worth it !! (It sure was fun to make it, took about 68 versions, and tons of testprints lol)
All parts are rotated as they should be printed in the STL files !!
Short videodemo can be seen @ https://youtu.be/D-sXhKrHWIA
- After the print is done, some supports needs to be pulled away quite carefully.
- The holes in the HolderTop need to be cleared with a 7.5mm drill (atleast with my printersetting)
- Fine sandpapering is recommended on the cylinder parts on the SliderFront so they move easier in the HolderTop.
- Sandpaper the bottom of the HolderTop also - so no rough edges would prevent the Rotator from well.. rotating :)
- The discs may also need to be worked on some to get some defects removed (atleast with my printersetting) to improve their rolling capability. Do note that they need supports to be printed for best roundness, and the one with supports in the middle is easiest removed if you have a small screwdriver and hammer it down into the support material so it cracks, then it can easily be pulled away.
The following parts must be printed
- One printjob @ 0.2mm height, 0.4mm width, supports needed ~3h41min
- One printjob @ 0.2mm height, 0.4mm width, supports needed ~2h58min
- Two printjobs @ 0.2mm height, 0.4mm width 2 * ~6h23min
- One printjob @ 0.3mm height, 0.4mm width ~3h35min
- One printjob @ 0.2mm height, 0.4mm width, supports needed ~6h32min
- Two printjobs @ 0.2mm height, 0.4mm width, 100% infill 2 * ~51min
- One printjob @ 0.2mm height, 0.4mm width, 100% infill ~1h39min
- One printjob @ 0.2mm height, 0.4mm width, supports needed ~8h16min
- One printjob @ 0.2mm height, 0.4mm width ~5h13min
0.2 and 0.3 depending on model
black, red, white
- 40ºC on bed, 200ºC on nozzle.
- I had to use Brim on the larger parts so they didnt warp during my print. but maybe was the quality of the PLA or some other cosmic disturbances that messed with me :P
- I sliced all parts using Cura 3.6.0, with profiles i have created myself.