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laserval

  • Joined on Feb 02, 2016
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Favored Pointy lamp shade over 3 years ago
Contributed on Star Wars - AT-ST Scout Walker over 4 years ago
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Printed on:
ultimaker 2 Go
Result:
Scaled down to 40% of original size of the large model, printed well with some caveats: - Some details lost, mainly the thin rods on the legs. I replaced them with some steel wire. - The "ear" gun got a bit too blobby. - The holes that fit filament in the original model got an odd size, but I gave it some strength with steel wire. - Only legs and body required supports I used: - Sliced with Cura - 0.25 nozzle - 0.1 mm layer height for all parts except the knee pads, they were 0.06 mm - Double or triple nozzle diameter walls/shell - 0.4-0.7 mm top layer thickness depending on part - 15-20 % infill - Supports for the legs and body where needed
Feedback:
Some tips on balancing would be good, managed to do it on my own but was a bit tricky. Would also love to make the lower leg part ("foot") posable.
Published Small sturdy box about 5 years ago
Updated 5.25 to 2.5 drive bay bracket about 5 years ago
Updated 5.25 to 2.5 drive bay bracket about 5 years ago
Published 5.25 to 2.5 drive bay bracket about 5 years ago
Contributed on GRAPHICA: Print & Play Fish - by 3DKitbash.com about 5 years ago
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Printed on:
ultimaker 2 Go
Result:
Sliced in Cura with: * 0.4 mm nozzle * 0.1 mm layer height * 0.8 mm walls and top/bottom Used Ultimaker silver PLA. Prints great! Love that it shows of print-in-place so effectively.
Feedback:
The back is not very interesting, since it's flat against the bed. Would making indents like the ones on the top segments work? The tail fin could also be symmetric. Very easy to print!
Followed Erik Cederberg over 5 years ago