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If you want it, copy it… for now.

I am often looking online for other sculptures to print to show off the capabilities of the nozzles that I sell on Jerrill.com. Unfortunately, there are only so many complete sculptures online that can be fairly easily printed with an evening’s effort. However, today I found a previously untapped resource! I was at a big […]

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Sappho’s Head 0.10 mm Nozzle Test

We are busy making sure that you’ll be happy with the upcoming 0.10 mm nozzles in the Jerrill.com lab! To test them out I wanted to print something beautiful! This is truly one of my favorite 3D models. I split the model in half to reduce the number of overhangs and bridges since my slicer […]

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Featured on Printrbot.com

A picture of the 0.20 mm nozzle castle test print is featured on the Printrbot.com front page! The castle print we sent them is going to be on display at the Bay Area Maker Faire in May.

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Another Castle with 0.20 mm Nozzle on Printrbot

Here is a print of Stephen Cameron’s computer generated castle using one of our 0.20 mm nozzles. It is a really cool print that took me a while to get right. I added “cooling towers” to the model so I could get the highest towers printed without melting from the heat of the nozzle. The […]

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Miniature Castle with 0.20 mm Nozzle

Printed this miniature castle with a 0.20 mm nozzle and then left it in an acetone vapor bath for 1 hour. I kept checking it because I was afraid I was going to turn it into a pile of goo, so I may have diluted the vapors a bit.    

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Tree Frogs 4 mm Tall with 0.20 mm Nozzle

    These little guys were printed 4 mm tall with a 0.20 mm Jerrill.com nozzle. You know you want one…  

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