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Hi guys! I am not completely new in 3D printing, bought my Ultimaker2 couple of years ago and its been unused for a year until now.

What I learned is many things by that and one thing is that open PLA filament ageing! the xy steelarms needed to have some oil but then everything was up and spinning again.

I printing scale model of a new built villa. 33 more to go!

One of them I du in the maximum size printer allows me to. I just drop the parts in Cura and Print. Remember if you have several of parts to print make a reference frame to with each part. otherwise I noticed that scale not will be right. When I split models to create a bigger one I do "tung and groves" They then snap nice together without need glue.

In the staircase it was tricky, but I did holes to put in a piece of filament string, remember do the hole slightly bigger:) Happy printing guys.TracePoints_Stairs.thumb.jpg.58e2a3d043df30339fff9a86028d82f9.jpg

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When printing interior walls I keep them lower, otherwise it looks very narrow. idea later is to dress the floor with the blueprint floor layout drawing.

 

 

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Pool area , windows, the basement I might skip. And then it’s time for textures.

i have understood glue is a popular subject here. I would like try out superglue with spray accelerator 

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Great project! It looks like the floor on your second photo is under extruded, is it not? You may want to try to make the top layers thicker so the infill doesn't shine through. 

 

Do you have an example of the blue print drawing you want to lay out on the floor? Sounds interesting!

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@DanielHolmSweden Super glue works fine,stay away from hot glue though. I really like the idea of lowered walls on the interior. I am also wondering what is your layer height and youy top/bottom layer height?

 

Thanks for sharing. 

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On 5/25/2018 at 3:23 PM, SandervG said:

Great project! It looks like the floor on your second photo is under extruded, is it not? You may want to try to make the top layers thicker so the infill doesn't shine through. 

 

Do you have an example of the blue print drawing you want to lay out on the floor? Sounds interesting!

Your are right its under extruded, doesent matter much when it comeds to the floor because I will Tile them:) 

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7 hours ago, DanielHolmSweden said:

Still lots to do but this friday its deadline....to be continued....<<<when you live on the eight floor you can capture quite realistic backdrop:)

 

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On 5/26/2018 at 5:43 AM, Stefania Dinea said:

@DanielHolmSweden Super glue works fine,stay away from hot glue though. I really like the idea of lowered walls on the interior. I am also wondering what is your layer height and youy top/bottom layer height?

 

Thanks for sharing. 

layerheigt 0,1mm

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