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3d printed things

Discussion in '3D Printing' started by insanegr, Feb 24, 2016.

  1. insanegr

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    Here we can post what we have printed for us or our wife , kids friends or who ever got it:grin.
    it will not be related with our sim builds just some stupid stuff we have printed and want to share pictures.
    some details about resolution and what kind of filament and slicer used would be great too.
    so i am starting first.


    This is a model from a play station game called Wipeout HD Fury and the model is Feisar
    link for downloading the stl file https://www.myminifactory.com/object/feisar-from-wipeout-hd-fury-5901

    i used netfabb basic and this version is free http://www.netfabb.com/downloadcenter.php?basic=1 to scale it(total length 150mm) and cut it in half(left right) to be able to print it easier and glued together after.
    its printed with PLA at 0.1mm bed temp 50 deg on a painters blue tape
    A friend of mine sliced it with simplify3d https://www.simplify3d.com/ not free and i printed it with my printer over SDcard.
    it was a bit over 2 hours print each part
    IMG_1251.JPG IMG_1249.JPG

    a bed (2 h print) and a couch (3 h print) for my kid. Happy family :grin
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:24702
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:19518
    same settings and slicer as above only changes is 0.2mm resolution
    bed isnt scaled , couch is scaled 150%
    IMG_1234.JPG IMG_1235.JPG
    IMG_1238.JPG IMG_1240.JPG

    cheers:cheers
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    simulator stuff that you have printed??

    :popcorn
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    not yet.the only guy having printed parts for his sim is in my profile pic
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    i cant understand what you are asking but if it is for the STL files they can be downloaded from the links i have shared
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    Zed VR Simming w/Vive

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    Printed this guy last night for my nephew since he's a big minion fan. This one is Dave and I got the .stl from thingiverse.com.

    He's almost 5" tall and is pretty cute. His back half is almost done. Still debating if I paint him or leave him all yellow PLA...

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    Archie Eternal tinkerer

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    pedro henrique gomes New Member Gold Contributor

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    Congratulations, beautiful works.
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    Ultimaker 3, out of the box no setting up and printed this. 32 hours printed with dissolvable support.
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