Turtle made with Zbrush, it is printed in 7 parts, the shell, the underside of the shell, the head and the legs.
The parts, with the exception of the legs, need a support for printing (cantilever angle adjustment between 50 and 60)
The files for the legs are to be printed in duplicate by inverting the models, to have left and right legs.
I printed the beast in a little over 46 hours
22-hour shell (x 120 mm, y 136 mm, z 72 mm)
under 10 hours (x 108 mm, y 124 mm, z 32 mm)
legs 7 hours
head 6 hours (x 44 mm, y 68 mm, z 116 mm)
Once the assembly has been printed and after removing the support, all that remains is to glue all the parts, starting with the shell, then the rear legs and finally the front legs (checking carefully each time it is not wobbly). I used loctite gel glue.
Anycube l3 mega printer
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
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