November 2018 UFO Contents

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Thank You to this month’s sponsors, contributors, and companies who didn’t try to shoot our UFO’s out of the sky for using their product in this month’s box.

The November 2018 UFO Mystery 3D Printing Box has landed. I would like to thank those who subscribed this month! Below you will find details of what was contained in this month's box! If you have not signed up to start receiving your box next month, click here to get more details!

This month was themed for Thanksgiving, from the design of the boxes and the trifold, to the filament colors and the project! I'm really excited to see what everyone thinks!

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Congrats to GreyBeard3D for receiving the November 2018 Mothership Box!

The Mothership Box this month contained a 3D Printed Mothership Coin unique to the November 2018 Mothership Box. The Mothership Bonus item this month was a PolyBox from Polymaker. A $69.99 value!

You know you're going to have leftovers after that huge Thanksgiving meal. Be sure to keep them fresh!

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Coupon Codes / Swag

  • 20% off any filament at FilamentOne.com
  • 10% off HQA filaments at hqa3d.com
  • 15% Off at villageplastics.com
  • Sour Gummy Pumpkins
  • FilamentOne or MakeShaper sticker

New Subscribers Received:

  • Sample packet of Magigoo
  • Alien3D Sticker
  • Mini Glow-in-the-dark Alien
  • Extra stickers from previous UFO's

Filament Samples

All filament samples are at least 20 meters in length (actually more, I increased the length to eat up the extra filament being left behind on the rolls)

In case anyone is wondering what the little colored flags are on the samples this month, @Bryan_Vines suggested to mark the outer ends of the samples in the hopes that people could slip the samples on to a spool and know which end to feed to the printer. Let me know if it helps!

Fillamentum from FilamentOne

Gold Happens Extrafill PLA

Extrusion Temp: 190 to 210C
Bed Temp: 0-60C

One of two filament colors selected this month to represent all of the golds and browns of Thanksgiving and fall. From the golden leaves to that sweet golden color of a plump cooked turkey!

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Makeshaper

Crimson PLA

Extrusion Temp: 190 to 215C
Bed Temp: 40-60C

This beautiful crimson color was selected as a representation of fall leaves, and the cranberries you're sure to enjoy this Thanksgiving!

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HQA

Pink HQA PLA

Extrusion Temp: 205 to 215C
Bed Temp: 0-60C

Pink may not be a color you think about in the fall or for Thanksgiving, but I chose this color as a personal memory. Growing up, my mother always made this fluffy fruity dessert that was pink. So this color is a throwback to my mom. =)

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Keene Village Plastics

Pearl Sparkle Copper PETG

Extrusion Temp: 230 to 260C
Bed Temp: 70-100C

The second brown color this month, I loved the shine of this filament. Another reminder of those browned dinner rolls, stuffing and shimmering falling leaves.

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Bonus Accessory!

Repkord 3D Printer Precision Nozzle Cleaning Kit

After your printer is done feeding its belly, be sure to clean its teeth!

  • Flexible steel tool in 10 sizes
  • 0.2mm, 0.25mm, 0.3mm, 0.35mm, 0.4mm, 0.5mm, 0.6mm, 0.8mm, 1.0mm, 1.2mm
  • Over 100mm long to clear deep inside a clogged hot-end
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Bonus Project!

Cooking Countdown Timer!

It was tough coming up with a Thanksgiving related project this month. But I figured that a cooking timer would be helpful to everyone! Plus, I have a challenge for you. I have designed one Turkey holder for the timer that you can access below. But this time of year is about giving! So I'd like to challenge all of you to come up with a design for the cooking timer, whether it's a new shell or another holder, and then give it to the community and fellow subscribers via your favorite model sharing site! Be sure to share it on Twitter with the hash tag #UFOTurkeyTimer and tag me so I can share it as well!

Also note, the battery is wrapped in plastic, so you will need to remove the plastic first before the timer will work =)

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