I've been messing aroudn with text flip scultures for around a month, and I've been thinking at one that can be useful to almost everybody who owns an activity and wants to show the status of it with a cool 3d print.
The print stands up by itself, the weight is divided by the two sides, and it's pretty cool to see it standing up, since the main sign is connected to the base with a very thin piece, but it holds up very well.
I printed at 15% infill, scaled down the file at 70% (my print is 15cm long): at this size, I broke the little line at the base (the thick line of the L) removing the supports, but I glued back and it's perfect now.
Printing bigger won't give you any trouble.
Obviously you need supports, and I also reccomend brim (some pieces are really tiny on the plate).
I think it's a simple print, I printed at 50mm/s on a almost stock Anet A8, and it came out pretty well, hope you enjoy.
I advise you to print it in the original orientation of the file, in this way the OPEN sign will be the last layer printed (printing upside down will cause the supports to rough the visible face of open sign).
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