A rat sitting on a cheese...
Sculpture realized with Zbrush and Blender, it is printed in 4 parts : the body/cheese set, the muzzle and the 2 ears.
Printing does not require any support.
I made this impression in just over 35 hours, the longest impression being for the body and the cheese, a little over 30 hours.
Once the set has been printed, all that remains is to glue all the pieces together. I used loctite gel glue. For a better finish you have to fill the joints at the muzzle and ears (as well as the few small printing defects) with for example Milliput paste. For my part I use a mixture of plaster and wood glue which gives a quite satisfactory result. Once the joints are dry, all that's left to do is to sand them down and apply a smoothing solution if necessary before painting the piece.
Height: approx. 20 cm
Length approx. 15 cm
The Rat's licence on a cheese is for personal, non-commercial use.
Anycube l3 mega printer
PLA 1.75 printing (3D silver neofilament)
print quality 0.1
wall thickness 0.8
filling density 20%.
printing temperature 200
temp bed 60
3D file format: OBJ
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