Wolverine bust

Discussion in 'Show off' started by Archania, Jul 8, 2016.

  1. Archania

    Archania Well-Known Member

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    Print this today. Came out pretty good and the supports came off easy since I fixed it in s3d.
    Only issue is the stringing. I lowered the temp but still have it. So not sure if adjusting the retracksion (spelling on that one lol) or if its just the inland filament from micro center.
    Plan on prepping him for painting. Got an airbrush coming next week I want to play with. 20160707_200608.jpg
     
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  2. Stefan

    Stefan Well-Known Member

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    Looks nice so far, but is the edgines wanted?
     
  3. eca

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    Be careful with setting the retract distance. I went a little too far and kept getting blockages because the filament was cooling off and hardening up in the cool part of the hotend.
    What about tweaking the coast distance?
     
  4. Archania

    Archania Well-Known Member

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    Will look into that after work.
    Printing the back end of the syfy killjoy ship while at work :)
     
  5. cez

    cez Well-Known Member

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    The model would look extra cool with a few more sub divisions
     

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