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First layer looks like it went okay... in a few hours I'm hoping the first prototype will be ready for the viewing, gawking, and brutal criticism of the forum masses... what are those little ovals you may ask? That's why it's called a slowroll... maybe you can figure it out before they're done... after all, time is on your side...

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you know... the worst part about this is that I'm getting slowrolled at the same time and have to wait for 3+ hours for this thing to finish... the joys of 3d printing...
 

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I present to you... 3d printed time extension plaques
not bad for a first print... couple problems with one of them but all in all it seems pretty viable...

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Nice idea.

I'm not sure I'd make them so big, though. That's a lot of material used. Can't be cheap.
 

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they aren't big... they're a little smaller than a credit card... it's just zoomed in...
 

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After reworking the print settings to get around some issues... I've got the first official batch of my time extension plaques done, pictured with a prototype printed in glow-in-the-dark filament :)
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