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    Quote Originally Posted by angus40 View Post
    I finally got some sleep and now this monster of a print !!! 54 hrs you have the patience of a saint or insomnia .
    This is piece is an amazing print for a at home 3D print machine .

    Was this a prop for a particular purpose or simply a character that you favor .
    How does printing with abs compare to pla or pteg ?

    Now I want a larger machine ..... but the sleep loss is gonna kill me . lol
    It was for my kid. She wanted to be Captain Marvel for Halloween last year, but ended up changing her mind so I never finished it I did finish the pager though, a much smaller project. Ended up giving the helmet to a friend of mine for his kids. Don't know if he finished it or not.
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    This one took some time as well, just many pieces. Was for my wife a few years ago. Never did end up finishing it, still missing some parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sporadic View Post
    This one took some time as well, just many pieces. Was for my wife a few years ago. Never did end up finishing it, still missing some parts.

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    This is a kool print and getting close to the props I see working in the film industry here .

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    Quote Originally Posted by sporadic View Post
    VORON 2.1 which was built using my Maker Select and a foam board enclosure. It's a 300x300x350 build volume and has since been upgraded to VORON 2.4. Printed this Plague Doctor mask for Halloween this year, 28hrs - https://www.thingiverse.com/make:883087

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    What is the print volume of the Voron 2.4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyGator View Post
    What is the print volume of the Voron 2.4?
    250 - 350 are the recommended sizes. You don't want to go over 350 as core xy printers can get sloppy past that and can't run as fast. I did a 300x300x350 as there is no performance hit going up in Z. The configurator on their site will build a BOM for you based on the size you want and sourcing guides are linked in their Discord server.
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    Well the end result is definitely worth the print time as this adds a polished look to the printer's lcd panel .
    I chose this particular part for the Pi as it just seemed a fitting location .
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