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So a lot of people try and 3D print threads, over time I have found that this means that you generally need to have your layer lines in orientation with the threads, which doesn’t always work.
You also often need to have the resolution set really low, like 0.1mm or 0.05mm layer heights, meaning that you spend days making simple prints to get functional threads.
This way is cheap, easy, and straightforward.
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