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Hi Guys,

there it is the today project, a character from "Inuyasha" anime called shippo. I modelled it in zbrush, also the support material. Used the normal quality slicing setting of Cura. There it is some picture with primer and painted.

Regards,

Riccardo

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this is really beautiful.. was there under extrusion on the print layers ?

Ian :-)

 

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Hi Ian, I don't had understood your question. But thaks :)

 

There are some horizontal gaps on your model, I think Ian is wondering if you experienced under-extrusion during printing (printer not squeezing out enough plastic for whatever reason) Because generally speaking, gaps like that doesn't usually happen unless there is some printing issue.

Really like the paintjob though, really makes it pop!

 

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Oh ok, I'm not sure what is the reason for the crack on the model because during the printing i had leaved the printer alone. In the settings of cura i've used the nornal level of slicing, the material is ABS. The temperature is 260° and the FR is 100%

 

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Hi Guys,

there it is my last creature. He is Kenshiro from Hokuto no Ken/Fist of the north star. Obviulsly sclupted by me and printed with the Ultimaker in PLA. It is tall 12 cm and printed in 4 different parts and glued together (torso/legs/left hand/right hand). It's only a test, I'll print next one 24 cm tall :).

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Regards,

Riccardo

 

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Wow amazing ken!

By the way are you italie ? For some strange reason i have never heared of the fist of the north star till living in london for a while and meeting many italiens. They all had in common, that they were always chatting about ken xD

Anyway here is one of my prints:

Light-Kitchen

It' s one of my printed lampshades. Made up of three parts and printed in the amazing golden pla that is a bit translucent! It has a wonderful warm light!

 

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Reconstructing a racing car from blueprints, CAD model and 3D Printing UMaker.

Was a wedding gift for my friend whos grandfather had done the original drawings (and raced the car)

in Mexico in the `50s. He liked it !

Here is a weblink. Faster and easier in this new forum....

http://www.calumdouglas.ch/3d-printing/3d-print-projects/

Nice car! Nice reconstruction!

would you share it as step or stl file?

 

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