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    Keith Sogge

    I have a Flashforge Finder 3D printer which I have been using to print out the parts for my MPCNC build.  I ran into a little problem with the build.  I use Simplify3D to prep my object files for printing and it determined that the XYZ_C_Burly was too big to print on the Finder.  This is what I did as a work around — I brought it into Blender 3D and after copying the part I made it into 2 parts and added a couple holes and pins to keep it aligned.  Finally I expoxied it up.

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    Is it the finder you have? I printed all the parts on mine without splitting them



    I just used the Flashforge Finder and everything was printable without splicing, simply used the software from Flashforge.

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