3D printing a scaled model can really help to get your idea across during a client presentation. But besides your main model, you can add details to get your idea across vividly! An architect regularly uses various entourage sets to help bring their ideas to live. In our previous contest, we focussed on different vehicle sets to be used in projects like urban planning.
In this contest, the theme is people. People can be used in any type of project, both small and big.
All STL files you see printed here are updated for everybody's ease of printing. They are defaulted to 0.5mm Thick. The print above is scaled in the Z axis to 1mm thick.
One trick I used to get this to print the detail I did was to set my 0.4 Nozzle line width to 0.24mm. According to most folks, that is not a good idea, but worked. So, go figger, eh?
As soon a they dry, I will take pics of that and post them without the PVA brim. I will mount some on the platforms. I did