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Marked the occasion of reaching 80,000 views on the 3D printed nudes blog with a new design. Printed in Edge on a BigBox Pro. 

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My latest 3D printable design.
More information and pictures of the final print at http://3dprintednudes.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/80000-views.html
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3D printed nudes blog reaches 80,000 views

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My first attempt at painting one of my 3D printed nude statuettes.
Printed in grey PLA on a home-made 3D printer and then sprayed black and dry-brushed with bronze acrylic paint. More pictures at http://3dprintednudes.blogspot.co.uk
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Casual Undress - another 3D Printed Nude by entiresia
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My latest reimagining of an art nude photo as a 3D printed sculpture. Printed in shiny Christmas Green PLA from +3DFilaPrint.
Further details, photos and a video at http://3Dprintednudes.blogspot.com 
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6/24/14
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Infill zoning is one of the new features I really like about slicing with Simplify3D. I know that +Richard Horne has already been doing this with Gcode editing for years, but this program just makes it, well, simpler.
http://3dprintednudes.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/yoga-interrupted.html
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My latest 3D printed sculpture, inspired by a +Bruno Birkhofer photo called Reflections.
Gold PLA printed at 0.1 mm layer height on a home-made 3D printer.
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After a weekend of heavy printing (visit the 3D printed nudes blog to see the successful prints) I suddenly found I couldn't print properly any more.
Intermittent gaps in the layers were the hallmark of filament jamming in the nozzle. The fan on my E3D hot end was still spinning but was rather erratic and much quieter than usual. I should point out to +Sanjay Mortimer that this is not the fan that was supplied with my v4 hotend which died last year, but a replacement I bought from Maplin.
I disassembled the fan, removing the sticker and a rubber sealing plug and then placed a drop of light machine oil on the axle. After moving the axle back and forth a few times to get oil into the bearing, I switched back on again and the fan was back up to full power.
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2014-06-01
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