- Jun 21, 2008
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Really nice. My kids would love it if I print one for them.
Thank you, kids will empty out those nutella jars in not timeBOM: 750g, 825g or 1000g Nutella glass Small candies like chocolate m&m's, jelly bellies or tic tac's All parts except the screw conveyor can be printed without support, although some small unclean overhang spots may remain on the non visible inside (I haven't tried printing with supports)...www.thingiverse.com
There you go! Was very fun to assemble and appears to work. Just make sure you can source some Nutella jars
With a nice thing layer of Magigoo. It is truly amazing stuff. It holds onto the ABS at 110°C and once it cools down to about 70 or 60°C you can hear cracking as it is released from the bed. Will try and make a video of it and demonstrate.How are you getting ABS to stick?
Fusion360What do you guys use for creating 3D models? I've been printing basic stuff from thingverse but now its time to start designing my own models. Mostly simple boxes with a slot for a SD cart to be used in retro computers.
Thought about downloading something similar from thingverse and modifying it but seems a mission to edit STL files.
I've started looking at FreeCad but looks way too complicated