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Flexi Print-in-Place Imperial Dragon

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Creation quality: 4.8/5 (95 votes)
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3D model description

This Flexi Dragon is an articulated print-in-place model that needs NO supports.

Included are 4 STL's (use the one that best fits your print bed)

*Flexi Factory Dragon Square Bed.stl
(use this for a square print bed...Most Printers)

*Flexi Factory Dragon Wide Bed A.stl
(slightly wider...Prusa or similar)

*Flexi Factory Dragon Wide Bed B.stl
(even wider...good for Resin Printers)

*Flexi Factory Dragon Printmill.stl
(straight version...only good for a printmill)

The head is able to sit up due to interlocking spikes on his back. Once printed be careful not to push the spikes too hard before you learn the proper technique especially with silk PLA, which is more brittle (think slide together rather than press together) They should loosen up as you play with it.

*You may notice that several of the links in the body are fused together. This is by design for the dragon to sit up.

Like with all my Flexi's, I went through several iterations to make sure it was strong, and easy to print without supports.

Please feel free to share images of your prints on this page, I would love to see 'em.

Thank you.

P.S. If you like my Flexi Imperial Dragon, Check out my other models.

https://www.cults3d.com/en/users/FlexiFactory/creations

ALL Flexi Factory designs are protected by Copyright Law. When you purchase, you do NOT have the right to sell any digital file or printed model
of my designs without my explicit written consent.

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3D printing settings

*No Supports
*Print-in-place (no assembly)
*15-20% infill to be safe
*I suggest 3 walls to make the spikes stronger
*PLA works great
*make sure you have good bed adhesion if you are printing small (but don't go too small)
*After printing be careful linking the spikes. If you push to hard they can break, They might be tight at first but will loosen up as you play with it.

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: STL Folder details Close
    • Flexi Factory Dragon Printmill.stl
    • Flexi Factory Dragon Square Bed.stl
    • Flexi Factory Dragon Wide Bed A.stl
    • Flexi Factory Dragon Wide Bed B.stl

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  • Last update: 2022-04-14 at 00:27
  • Publication date: 2022-04-05 at 20:57

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