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Belguard (verified owner) – October 31, 2020
Honest Opinion: It’s a good model with a lot of detail, but I’m thinking that making the arm & leg bones just ever so slightly thicker might make it a bit sturdier.
Other info: Disclaimer: this model was originally designed to be printed in resin, and I printed it using filament instead. To make this work, I had to enable supports.
Removing supports from this model was the definition of anxiety. The actual legitimate parts are super thin and delicate, leaving you with little to no place to put leverage against while removing the supports. Mine nearly lost an arm to this. The good news is that if you accidentally dismember the skeleton while pulling supports, you’ll likely wind up with valid dungeon scatter. And, honestly, what shambling horde of reanimated skeletons has all their units fully intact anyway?
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
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