Long haired Lady
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3D model description
So I was going through some of my old stuff and cleaning out some old prints from my workshop and I came across some of these models I had printed some 2 years ago. What actually happened back then was I was learning to make some video games or online renders and had a ton of these weird and fancy looking 3d models (Mostly free I guess ......) and other software. I thought about trying to print some of these models with my 3d printer so I picked some fancy ones (clearly a bad move by a 3d printing newbie). Most of the models, of course, were too complex and marvelously posed hence unprintable. I know because I tried .... darn! just remembering the troubles is making me loose confidence...again.. :((
Anyways so the models which I did manage to clean and make work were printed and stashed in a cabinet somewhere at the back of my workshop. Since I have now started to post my models and makes I decided why not try to share some of these with the community. So here they are, for your printing and hair pulling pleasure (lol don't worry much these are tested as shown in images). Do try to print them and share a make also you can ask if there is any problem. Good Luck
3D printing settings
This pics are of the model with supports. Material used was PLA+ at 0.12 layer height with 10-15% infill. Color of filament is Ivory.
Take special note of overhangs and bridge sections. Use supports smartly NOT blindly... a helpful advice.... There are two files uploaded here one has tree supports from meshmixer and other does not. The tree supports are 85-90% correct IMO so I had to still use some supports from my slicer based on my machine performance. I am uploading both files so use which you think you can get to work. This model is however recently printed. I found this edited, fixed and sliced file when I was looking for the models of the other items I had printed and for some reason I had not attempted to print this, so this is new. Sadly my printer extruder had some loose screws and was making weird clicking noises halfway into the print but since there seemed to be no serious problem I kept it printing (6 hrs in .... didn't wanna restart) so the banding or bad layers is due to that. HOWEVER if these are also appearing on your models do tell me I will see if I can find what the problem is.
3D printer file information
3D design format: 3MF and STL Folder details Close
- LongHairedLady_with Base.stl
- Last update: 2020/09/29 at 00:42
- Publication date: 2020/09/27 at 09:38
I used to be a long time fan of 3d printing and used to print Knick knacks occasionally but regardless did not have enough time to really sink into this hobby. However due to the Covid-19 lock down and downsizing I suddenly found myself with a lot of free time and didn't know much what to do about it. Naturally I used that time to further my hobby and printed a lot of the models that I had archived but never printed. Eventually, I decided to try and model my own designs being encouraged by the numerous DIY and training videos on youtube. My first experience modeling was just awful (I used 3D Builder as it was "there" and free) but eventually I figured out other ways and tools to improve my skill. So here I am trying to see how much I can learn, achieve and maybe inspire with my skills.
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