General Tiko-related discussion.
BY Pwatt
#6565
Be careful, those t-Rex photos were staged. The upper model sits vertical when actually printing.
BY LScott
#6634
If you get accurate results and don't mind tinkering, try printing the parts for a Reprap on the Tiko. It'll give you a great understanding of what is involved in most of these systems,
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BY Pratyeka
#6635
If you get accurate results and don't mind tinkering, try printing the parts for a Reprap on the Tiko. It'll give you a great understanding of what is involved in most of these systems,
I took a look and considered it, but time is in short supply. I prefer concentrating on printing saleable items and accessories for now. The accuracy I achieve consistently is -0, +0.15mm up to 80mm object. I will try a bigger calibration object when I get the chance.
BY FritzToch
#6636
If you get accurate results and don't mind tinkering, try printing the parts for a Reprap on the Tiko. It'll give you a great understanding of what is involved in most of these systems,
If nothing else, you will develop the patience of a saint.
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