The last board for the walkways and it's almost finished. I just have the red railings and some touching up of the steps to go - they will be done tomorrow, so there might be a post of everything set-up.
Here's a quick photo of everything that has been finished:
On the 3D printer front, I'm almost there on the fine-tuning. There's one more set of tests that I need to do, and a few more that would be useful to do but which aren't urgent. Here is a photo of all the bit's I've printed during the process so far:
As you can see, lots of cubes and little boats (I tried them and found that they were just as useful as the full size ones, but printed a whole lot quicker!). The set of nine cubes and nine little boats were done today to compare different print speeds.
Liking the colours on the walkways Tamsin, and look forward to seeing it all set up. Some interesting test pieces to fine tune the printer.ReplyDelete
Thanks! Those are all widely used and readily available test pieces. :)Delete
Very pretty designs , I am impressed how nice your printer is doing the terrain.ReplyDelete
Cheers! The terrain is MDF, not printed though. :)Delete
Nice work Tamsin. What are the boats for?ReplyDelete
The boats are a pretty cool test model for checking various calibration factors for your 3D printer.