It is possible to get amazing resolution from extruder-based 3D printers

According to a posting in hackaday.com based upon a test with Ultimaker 3D Printer.

The Yoda bust seen above was printed with a layer thickness of 0.02mm. This is a hack in itself because this process actually used two different layer thicknesses. The interior of the print, which you can’t see, but serves as a support mechanism for the object was printed at 0.04mm, with just the visible perimeter printed in the smaller thickness. That trickery is just fine with us if this is the result.

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