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Graveyard Skeleton – Backhand

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    Belguard

    Beautiful Print

    Honest Opinion:
    Good, detailed print, but have to be really careful removing supports. My pictures don’t do the details justice.

    Other info:
    Disclaimer: this model was originally intended to be printed in resin, and I printed it using filament instead. In order to do this, I had to enable supports. The following may not occur when printed in resin.

    Obviously this model is going to be super delicate, so trying to remove all the supports from it is super anxiety-inducing. The hardest part to remove was the ball of support material that winds up forming in the abdominal cavity. Just work really slow and have some very finely-pointed tools available, and you’ll be fine.

    Printer Used:
    Ender 3 Pro w/ modifications

    Resin / Filament Used:
    Inland PLA White (1.75mm)

    Slicing Software Used:
    Cura

    Slicer Settings:
    Layer Height: 0.12 mm
    Line Width: 0.4 mm
    Infill Density: 30%
    Infill Pattern: Gyroid
    Printing Temperature: 200 C
    Build Plate Temperature: 60 C
    Print Speed: 50 mm/s
    Enable Retraction: True
    Support Type: Tree

    November 13, 2020
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