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    Lightbulb intentional deviation in 3d printing

    Hi everyone, for some reason I am mesmerized with these deviations in 3d printing does anyone know how they achieve it or did anyone implemented this in some slicer?

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    not deviations. Those are printed in clay. which is a lot stiffer than melted plastic, so you can get away with designs that just wouldn't work in another material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    not deviations. Those are printed in clay. which is a lot stiffer than melted plastic, so you can get away with designs that just wouldn't work in another material.
    So the thing is they somehow manipulate g code curves and get those kinds of deviations, so it is definitely done in design or slicing stage, they have they own software but is 100$ for a month if you search on yt for "3D Printing Clay? The Bottery from Emerging Objects at Bay Area Maker Faire #BAMF2018" 2:09 you can hear they are talking about the process

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