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jbolt

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Last week I had a part that I usually wouldn't consider to print on my CR-10 with the sliding bed but I had not yet finished fixing my corexy printer after an optical sensor failed and it crashed during homing. I went ahead and tried anyway and see what would happen.

.8" in diameter, 8-1/2" tall, in PLA printed at 60 mm/s and it worked!

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Gotta have great bed adhesion for that!
Otherwise just moving the table around would want to tip it over.

What's the part for?
-brino
 

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Gotta have great bed adhesion for that!
Otherwise just moving the table around would want to tip it over.

What's the part for?
-brino
It's a drop tube for an bullet feeder for a progressive reloading press. Since it is a tube there isn't much surface area at the bottom. I did print it on a raft otherwise I don't think it would have worked.
 

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Good job. These Creality printers do some amazing prints for what they are.
I printed some trim inlays for the 20x20 extruded aluminum on my little Ender3 that were 180mm tall (25mm brim). Might have gone taller but was holding my breathe on them:grin:
 
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