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Dilophosaurus Skull

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Hi guys,

this is my design of a 1:1 scale Dilophosaurus Skull. High polygon model ! Hope you like it. If there are any questions left feel free to ask. Have fun printing !

Size of the skull: 600mm x 380mm 175mm

Printer: Creality CR-10

3D printing settings

Nozzle: 0,4mm

Layer: 0,1 - 0,2 mm

Speed: 50mm/s

Infill: 10%

Support: yes

Painted with "reeves SAND" and then weathered with "Marabu Acryl Color" and "Liquitex Burnt Umber"

You have to print the "connection" 4 times.

For the stand I used a 6mm diameter metal rod.

  • 3D file format: OBJ
  • Last update: 2020/09/14 at 16:44
  • Publication date: 2019/04/11 at 13:49

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I appreciate the response. Fantastic design.

sorry I don,t have a single file...as I concepted the design to be printed in seperate parts

Resin printing allows for single printing without supports. When splitting it up there's visible lines on the inside and outside.

theres only this version.....I think it´s actually much more difficult to print this piece in one print

Any way you can upload the entire model? Its broken up which really makes it hard to print the entire model in one print.

Sorry for the inconvenience, I´ve updated the file

I downloaded this file twice, Dilophosaurus skull, Lower Jaw 1.obj. The file seems corrupted. I sometimes get the error message that the model will not manifold. When the object does appear on the build plate in Cura there is an area between parts of the model that contains fuzzy lines. The print has many fractures.

Hi .....bnot planning to, but you can hollow the model out using meshmixer for example
Regards Eric

Hi. Would your design serve to be able to print with a resin printer? Or does it just have to be filament? Regards

hello,

you can split the parts using free software like meshmixer and so on....there are couple of videos on youtube.
Can you send me a picture of this problem. That´s new to me.
kind regards, Eric

There is an area in my print of the upper jaw of DILOPHOSAURUS SKULL that protrudes inward on one side and outward on the other. Can it be fixed? Look like a band around the part.

DILOPHOSAURUS SKULL I do not have a Creality CR-10 but a Ender 3 pro. Everything works so far, but the upper jaw 3 will not it my build plate. My bad. Is there a way you can divide it into two parts? The skull looks too good to give up on.

Painted with "reeves SAND" first and then weathered with "Marabu Acryl Color" and "Liquitex Burnt Umber" using a kind of toilet paper to wipe and dip

what was your painting process to get such a good color?

no...not in scale 1:1

Can this be printed on a 120mm x 120mm x 120mm platform?

Hello, Arric!
Yesterday I bought your dilophosaurus model and I have a problem.
When I slicing "Lower Jaw 1" in Cura it shows a very strange horizontal longitudinal lines from the sides (I can't attach a screenshot here).
I have tried to slice this model on two different computers with different settings for different printers, with supports and without... Everytime it shows this lines. No problems with the "Sail" by the way...
I will be grateful for any suggestions!


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