This was created from two parts so some gluing is required. Only 200 g filament.
02.15.2019- Stand stl added
The bottom should print with 0.2 mm layer height because of the tree supports. It will take about 24 h.
The top part should print with 0.1 mm layer height with 5 perimeters 8 top and 5 bottom layers, no support with normal speed ~80 mm/s. Infill ~5-10 % just to give some strength to it if it’s accidentally fell off because I have broke one with 0 infill and the other one which has infill already survived 3 or 4 drops with some scratches. The final product should weight about 200 g without the supports. I have printed few bigger pats with ABS and I have to say that this model should not warp but I have used about 5 outlines as brim.
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