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Published on Oct 18, 2016
A timelapse for the Gyro printed with dual extrusion on the Ultimaker 3 with PLA and water-soluble PVA support material. Learn more about the Ultimaker 3 here: http://ultim.kr/2diHiTC
Model: Gyro the Dodo by Virtox
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