Yet another CETUS2 print project.
I received the Gecko file from a friend. I am sure it probably came from one of the on-line resources. I doubled the size from the original file and I believe I am responsile for slicing it into 3 layers. It is presently intended to be a two color print with the top and the bottom the same. Certainly it could be split into three parts for a three color print.
The reason I named this project "Oreo" is obviously the double "stuff" in the middle of the Gecko.
Update 3/3/22 - Since first publishing this review, I have learned much more on how to selectivly and efectivly modify the many variables in UP Studio3 3.2.4. Printing three color bands are no longer an issue for me. It requires tuning the "Enitity IDs" for the three nozzles, enabeling each nozzle with the same printing abilities. These entites are not the same (fixed) for every style of print. They must be edited as required. There is a need for far better and detailed sofware documentation. I hope this is a high priority before the official release of CETUS2.
I always blame myself for printing too much plastic JUNQUE. I like to design and print “stuff” that has a practical application other than a shelf decoration. Every person has their own reasons for print the things they like.
When I put CETUS2 together, I needed to check the power supply to make sure it was set to 115 volts for the U.S.A. The power cord that was included was a 220 volt plug not for use in the U.S.A.
I posted the very first print previously. These are more first prints. Everything here but the first red and white print (center rear) and the frog are my own designs. Even the 20mm four layer test cubes. Nothing too original about those. Ha!.
Bottom left is a 2-color coaster for quilt makers. It's the square in square in square pattern. Next right is a 4 layer test cube. Next right are two small green brick walls with recessed blue morter joints. Setting on top is the two color frog. Far right first row is a blue bowl with yellow stripes.