Originally shared by Alex Lee Bio 3D Printer. First test run a complete failure.

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(Alex Lee) #1

Originally shared by Alex Lee

Bio 3D Printer.

First test run a complete failure.

- Original feline STL not reproduced correctly.

- Verify if genetic structure requires supports. 

- Increase intra-cellular infill.

- Reduce retraction.

- Find gene responsible for rancid breath and remove it before reprinting.

(Jason Brenneman) #2

Does it come with a hypodermic needle?

(Thomas Cox) #3

Can you harvest failed prints for their stem cells?

(Dianne Fontayne) #4

Hilarious !!!

(Paul Gross) #5

What glue did you use to stick the bottom to the bed… and does it come off easily? :wink:

(critter42) #6

What is the nozzle size of that hot end?

(Thomas Bornhaupt) #7

Please, don’t tell me: this is the first test of a replicator. You can not eat a dog!

(Mark Fuller) #8

@Thomas_Bornhaupt
there isn’t enough catsup (or beer) in the world to make that edible.

(Michael Scholtz) #9

With heated build plate… hotdog

(Carlton Dodd) #10

And you all thought plastic smelled bad during a print!

(Thomas Cox) #11

@Thomas_Bornhaupt ​ Sure you can. You just need to go to China first.

(Igor Kolesnik) #12

@Michael_Scholtz I bet this one smells bad after print

(Thomas Bornhaupt) #13

@Thomas_Cox in Switzerland too. :wink:

(Anthony Truss) #14

Look at that detail!

(Tony Gomes) #15

Quick, where’s that model of the naked woman, see if you can print that and post pics of your results

(Adam Steinmark) #16

3D printer quality has gone up a lot.