3D Printed Spiral Chess Rook & Jarees Black PLA+ Filament Review
This 3D printed chess rook is my first time using Jarees PLA+ 3D printer filament(black) and I think the results speak for themselves. The filament did a great job adhering to the bed with minimal stringing which is often a problem with 3D printed time lapses. I like the subtle shine that I got with this filament. I will definitely be purchasing more in the future. I purchased my Jarees filament from Amazon.com
Onto the 3D print itself. This is another piece from one of my favorite Thingiverse chess sets by BigBadBison. The way in which the time lapse accentuates the spiral is unmatched by other 3D models on Thingiverse. Here is the link to the model
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How time lapse 3D Prints Work
After each .1 MM layer( That is barely thicker than a sheet of paper!) the 3D printer pauses, moves the extruder to the rear of the printer, takes a photo and then continues the print giving the illusion of the print appearing from thin air.
Print and Filament Details
This video was filmed using Octoprint connected to a Raspberry Pi B with a 1080P Webcam. My printer is a trusty Creality Ender 3 Pro that can be purchased these days for around $200. Total print time was around 9.5 Hours with each layer set to .1MM.