That includes the cool design I came up with for a Farkle board.
As with most things, after I used the farkle board, I began to see some ways to improve the design. PLA resin creates a hard, stiff surface, so I added a padded bed to the first boards I printed.
That helped, but I wondered if I could eliminate the need for the padding while still getting a quiet, controlled throw of the dice by printing the design in rubber.
The print went remarkably smoothly. Most important for a piece with such a big footprint, the filament stuck to the print tray beautifully.
The only oddity was lots rubber “boogers” throughout the print. I think they were caused because, as often happens, the print head made some odd passes, repeatedly printing non-existent corners of the board before going around. That certainly contributed some of the slubs.
The aberrations were easy to cut off with my flush cutters, though – those little cutters are a truly handy tool to have around when 3D printing!
I found some purple dice with white dots, making it look like I’d actually thought through the color scheme – LOL.
Before we knew it, we were playing Farkle with a surprisingly quiet board that had just the right amount of bounce.
Of course, now that I have a little experience with this filament, I’m dreaming about what I can do it with it artistically ….