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Printing in Plastic: Build Your Own 3D Printer by James Floyd Kelly, Patrick Hood-Daniel

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C H A P T E R  7

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Advanced Cuts and Drilling II

So you've got two pieces of your 3D printer cut and drilled completely. Let's continue with the cutting and drilling of the remaining fifteen pieces. This chapter and the next two will provide you with photos and notes about the various pieces that you'll be cutting. We'll discuss the pieces that might be a bit tricky, and we'll show you some alternative methods for cutting and drilling.

In Chapter 6, we used dimensions taken directly from the building plans to mark where cuts were to be made and where holes were to be drilled. But remember that the building instructions contain actual-size templates ...

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