Sculpture made with Zbrush and Blender, it is printed in 9 parts.
Printing requires media.
once the assembly has been printed, proceed as follows:
connect the two body parts and the head with loctite or equivalent glue.
do the same for both parts of the buoy
mask the joints with Milliput paste or equivalent.
sand and apply several coats of primer to obtain a smooth finish.
paint all the elements before final assembly.
pass the buoy around the body, the small notch in the buoy corresponding to the tail of the duck.
glue the pasta.
using the small support, place the buoy in place
check that the wings are in place.
glue both wings simultaneously (glue points with the buoy and the body of the duck)
Height: a little more than 20 cm
The duck to buoy licence is for personal, non-commercial use.
mprimante Anycube l3 mega
PLA 1.75 printing (3D neofil filament 3D silver)
print quality 0.1
wall thickness 0.8
20% filling density 20% filling density
printing temperature 200
temp bed 60
3D file format: stl
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