Test Print with new 3D Printer

Here is the first print from the new CubePro 3D printer. It’s a case for an Arduino Uno, using the standard print resolution. It’s a little rough around the edges, which might be that the printer platform is not quite calibrated correctly, or perhaps the objects itself need some further work. However, it’s not bad for a first attempt, and impressive that it includes a functional hinge. I can’t help wondering how the printer managed to build the hinge without any supports …

3D printed Arduino Uno case, using the CubePro.

3D printed Arduino Uno case, using the CubePro.

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2 Responses to Test Print with new 3D Printer

  1. auggy says:

    What pattern did you use for this? It’s really cool and I’ve tried searching but couldn’t find one with a lid like that.

  2. Kingarthursdog says:

    This was an example that I downloaded from Thingiverse. I think the search was for a 3D printed Arduino case.

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