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  • 3D Printing

  • Print all the parts according to 3d-printing-assembly.pdf file.The resolution of the print is depends on your available time. The finer you print the better it gets and less sanding at the end.
  • 3D Printing

  • First of all we should print all of the parts from 3D printer. In first try we used model from bq3D.
  • 3D Printing

  • 3D Printing SettingLayer Height : 0.2mmOutline Shells : 3Fill : 10%Supports: No STL Files2 x OttoDIY_foot_v08.stl2 x OttoDIY_Leg_v08.stl1 x Wombatics Otto Body.stl1 x Wombatics Otto Head.stl
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  • 3D print all the parts provided in the link below.3D Print 16 small button in white PLA and remaining parts can be 3D printed in any color you want.After printing all the parts install all the 16 white buttons in the array using some fast glue.
  • 3D Printing

  • To print bolt holes, offset from the plane of the printer, I created 4 cylinders and aligned them a layer or two below where the hole would start to print. Each cylinder is a solid model, two layers thick. Once sliced, support will not need to be generated,...
  • 3D printing

  • STL files are available on github or  thingiverse. The CAD design is available on Onshape. The parts should be printed without supports.  The side key openings have support designed in which can easily be removed after printing.  The counter sunk holes...
  • 3D Printing

  • I have printed the parts using Creality Ender 3 with White PLA filament and 0.4mm nozzle diameter. The main body took approximately 14hrs to complete. So make sure your slicer settings are just right. Slicer settings for printing the main body and cover...
  • 3D printing

  • You can find the 3D models for the project on Thingiverse.  All the models can be printed without supports except button ring model. I recommend print these parts with 0.1 mm layer height and 100% infill.Screw and the long nut were designed with very...
  • 3D Printing

  • I've printed these models in both PLA and ABS.  In the videos all the things are printed using my Prusa i3 Mk2 with PLA.   I just use 0.2 layer height, and the default infill percentage.  No supports or brims required.   I'm sorry the main arms are somewhat...