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  1. Rocketship

    A spaceship printed and painted for my toddler who loves "wockets"!
    This is the gCreate rocket that can be downloaded here: http://www.gcreate.com/#!3d-model---gcreate-rocket/c1k6o
    Printed with Colorfabb NGen. I cut off the tip of the rocket and used a hot tool to round it off. I then used a lot (maybe too much) XTC 3D to smooth the layer lines and add strength to the print. Finally used some shiny metallic paint and a layer of shellac to seal the deal.

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  2. Little, Bigger, Biggest!

    My little toddler loves to play with these guys so I decided to print him a huge version of the Ultimaker robot!
    His first words when seeing the big print was "Big guy!"

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  3. 3D print of hand scan data

    I used my .25mm nozzle to print this scan data. The results came out quite nice. All of the wrinkles in the hand are nice and clear. A bit of clean up to do with strings between the fingers.

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  4. Olsson Block .25mm nozzle test

    This is my first test of my new Olsson block with .25mm nozzle. Quite impressed with the amount of detail I get with a smaller nozzle.
    .08mm layer height, 185 C temp and 18mm/sec print time. I used Toybuilderlabs cool grey (Esun filament).
    Only thing slightly bothering me is the color banding. It is not all one color but surface quality is the same across the whole print.
    I tried printing the same model with simplify 3d and gave up. My retraction settings caused tons of stringing. Going back to Cura and I had no problems!

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  5. Emmanuel Print for Bronze

    My Emmanuel model printed from my gallery series http://www.joelmongeon.com/Gallery.html
    Printed on my Ultimaker 2 I took a class this past summer on bronze casting where I created the mold and wax shell for the final bronze piece.
    I've added more photos showing the process.

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  6. Lost PLA bronze casting resolution test

    This was a test I made to see how viable lost PLA casting is and at what resolution would I need to print at. These PLA prints were not cast in wax but rather vested and burnt out directly. This saves on a lot fo time and money although the print being cast needs to be perfect.
    From left to right is a .04mm print, .06mm print and a .1mm print. The .06mm and .1mm prints have clear resoltion lines in the final bronze.
    You can see some of the original prints at .06mm and .1mm. The striations are still visible in the bronzes. Only the .04mm prints seems to be fine enough not to need any clean up.
    The model is scan data from the http://www.3dscanstore.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=540

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  7. Lost PLA bronze cast

    This is a test of lost PLA bronze casting. Instead of creating a mold and a wax copy from that, I directly vested my PLA print in bronze.
    The results are decent although I now prefer lost wax as it is easier to clean up and remove layer artifacts from wax than it is from PLA.

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