30 January 2022


JT's slicer program will tell you how much filament you need to complete the print.

Setting it to 100% infill, we can use that amount as a proxy for the volume of the print.

My model of the Lighting class comes to 361g of filament.  The Akkigish class comes to 349g.

My model will be losing a bit of filament as I get more greebel done too.

My main worry was that I'd made an error because the Lightning seems so much bigger than the Akkigish.

1 comment:

  1. I'm glad to see you resuming regular programming after the unfortunate incident with the Precious.


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