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I had to cut the model into 11 pieces so it fitted my 3dprinterlab.org standard Prusa i3 (200 X 200 Y 220 Z build space), printed with a 0.4 mm nozzle. After printing the parts I filled them with plaster and glued them together with epoxy. Then I sanded down the joint and gave it a coat of Zinc primer and sanded down the model very lightly to preserve the 3d printer artifacts. Finally I gave the model 3 coats of golden spray paint.
Materials and methods
3D Printer ;-)
2 rolls PLA 1kg
time, many time
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