Commodore PET miniature
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This is a miniature of the Commodore PET, a computer released in 1977 by Commodore that never became mainstream but is an important step in the evolution of microcomputers that in the '70s and '80s started a digital revolution.
This model requires no glue: the parts are designed in order to attack to each other thanks to mechanical hooks. The model is in the picture is printed at 70% size, in PLA, sliced with Prusa Slicer, and printed with a Prusa Mini+.
Objects are already oriented as they should be printed. The mechanical parts still work when printed at different scales.
The example in the picture is printed using Eolas beige and Prusament galaxy black PLA.
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3D printing settings
0.2 layer hight
3D printer file information
3D design format: STL Folder details Close
- Publication date: 2021/09/14 at 01:14
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