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3d printing using the Ultimaker 2 in PLA, ABS or Wood (laywoo-D3). The high resolution Ultimaker 2 is able to print at a layer height of up to 0.02 mm (20 microns).
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My Single, Personal 3D printer. My Little hub is based around a Solidoodle 2 Printer with some personal upgrades. The build area is 150mm square and 100mm vertically. I prefer smaller models as I have to print around college times, but feel free to request and I'll see what I can do.
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Which material should I use?

  • Great starter material: affordable, durable and widely available. Mostly used for prototyping mechanical parts and designs that don’t have a lot of overhang. Available in all colors.
  • UV-cured resin prints sport fine details, sharp edges and smooth finish. Color availability is limited, but it is easily paintable and can be semi-translucent.
  • Perfect all-rounder. Easy design rules, strong and slightly flexible. Allows for functional end products and complex designs. Surface is a bit grainy, but can be polished and dyed.
  • Gypsum with colored texture on the surface. The best choice for photo-realistic, full color prints. Ideal for professional models, architecture, product design and fine arts.

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