Modular Sushi Boat
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3D model description
Modular sushi boat consisting of 4 interlocking parts.
Modularity allows you to print separate pieces in different colors thus limiting post-production work related to unique, non-modular models.
I recommend using the supports only in contact with the print bed.
I recommend a layer quality from 0.2mm to 0.3mm.
I recommend slicing according to the guidelines shown in the photo, so that you can print the parts in the simplest way possible and you can remove the supports in the shortest time required.
In summary, a good print setting could be the following:
layer quality / height 0.2mm
media yes, but only contact with the print bed
3D printing settings
Print settings for Ender 3 and Ender 3 Pro:
Layer height 0.2
Initial layer height 0.2
Line width 0.44
Initial layer line width 100%
Wall thickness 1.76
Top / bottom layer thickness 0.8
Filling the gaps between the walls "in all possible points"
Cube filling configuration
Material (PLA SUNLU)
Printing temperature 190
Initial layer printing temperature 215
Initial print temperature 190
Final printing temperature 190
Print bed temperature 60
Print speed 50
Travel speed 150
Printing speed of the initial layer 20
Enabling retraction yes
Retraction distance 5
Retraction speed 50
Combing everything mode
Media positioning Contact with the print bed
Stand overhang angle 65
Print bed adhesion
- 3D file format: STL
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