3D Printing

PLA Filament

These parts are optimized for printing in PLA material due to the large build area. PLA is more dimensionally stable than ABS when it comes to big prints. The parts print best with no support or raft material.

uniGearClip2.stl

uniRing1.stl

uniRing2.stl

uniPlate.stl

@235 PLA
10% Infill
0.2 Layer Height
2 Shells
90/120 Speeds

about 4 hours to print all parts.

Slicing Software

The recommend settings above should work with most slicing software. However, you are encouraged to use your own settings since 3D printers and slicing software will vary from printer to printer.

PLA or ABS Material

We recommend using PLA material for an easier print with high quality. The tolerance has been tested with PLA filament but should also work with ABS. The parts do not require any support material or a raft.

This guide was first published on Oct 13, 2014. It was last updated on Oct 13, 2014. This page (3D Printing) was last updated on Feb 20, 2020.