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Lazy Dogs!! Not only one, but 3 different models!

**No supports required. Just slice and print!

After printing, just move carefully all the articulations to completely free them.

Check my other articulated designs here!

*Disclaimer: Not MMU/multicolor models. Pictures shown contain hand-painted models.


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A good first layer is mandatory for the print to succeed. Be sure your printer is calibrated and you have good bed adhesion.

Good layer cooling is also recommended, as it prevents curling and warping on overhangs.

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  • Last update: 2020/12/14 at 09:29
  • Publication date: 2020/12/09 at 18:49

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i estimate you made around 251,500 from all the downloads. good for u :)

Thanks! But I wish you were right, the actual number is much lower than that...

I think that it is more like 8290 dollars

hi Would you be willing to do a Bull terrier one? i would love to print one!

Hi!
I'm trying to move forward and design new stuff, hopefully to bring designs better every time. So I'm not doing new dogs soon, hope you understand it ;)

Would you be willing to separate and sell them individually? I only want one of the dogs.

No, sorry. They are sold as a bundle

Hi. Can I use an SLA printer (resin) to print this model? Thanks

Sure! Just be careful if you scale them down. I've managed to print them at 40%, but I don't recommend going below 50%.
Also, I've got the best results printing them directly on the base (without raft). But this can be a bit tricky to tune...
I'll love to see your prints.
Good luck!

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Hi. I bought but I will need some help to print it in my resin 3D printer (Elegoo Mars 2 PRO). Now that I've seen the model from the inside, I can't imagine how to do this. I hope I can count on you. Thanks

Hi!
I own an Elegoo Mars Pro (the old one), so yours should be even more capable than mine.

If your printer is well calibrated, just place the model flat on the base (I use Chitubox as slicer), slice and print. I recommend using the model with tabs, and thoroughly clean the base for good adhesion.

Regarding the parameters, that depends on the resin you're using.

Once you get more experience with your printer you will be amazed with the things that can be done without supports ;)

If you need further assistance you can reach me at mcgybeer@gmail.com

Good luck!

Hey! Thanks. I will give it a try. I just received my 3d printer and I am waiting for the resin. I will be back when I have some news.

Awesome, good luck!
BTW, you should try some non-articulated models first, that way you can check that the curing parameters are properly adjusted

Thanks.

Ok. I will run several tests with less complex printing to test the parameters that the resin manufacturer gave me.

A question: its original size is around 14 cm? When I opened the file it occupied the entire print area of chitubox. If so, do you think I could halve this size by placing the model on the Y-axis of the print area instead of the X-axis, which is the larger area?

Depending on the model you opened, they are from 11 to 16 cm approx. You can scale them down a bit to begin with (let's say 80%), and go smaller if the print succeeds.
In my case I went directly to 50%, but don't take me as an example hahaha. I like to stress my printers and push them to the limit, but I usually recommend going step by step, otherwise may be frustrating.

Also, I forgot to tell you: remember to properly clean the prints before curing, especially the remaining resin inside the legs articulations. If any residue is left there, it may cause the articulation to fuse together while curing.

Ok. I will follow your orientation. Thanks for your help.

Unfortunately, it didn't work out. What I imagined happened: all the holes closed. I think this model can be built only using filament.

The size of each one was around 7cm. Here is a link for you to see the image: https://ibb.co/KxCn6TS

Oh, that's weird. I've been able to print very small joints with my Elegoo Mars Pro, as you can see here: https://www.instagram.com/p/B8RwKshqzeF/
Which resin are you using? Have you done some calibration tests?

It really was perfect. I did the initial calibration. Do I need to do other calibrations besides the initial one? What exactly did you do to print this way? These are really small pieces and I thought that was the problem. Did you use a special resin for this?

I used the Elegoo water washable resin, nothing special.
Before getting the best results I had to print several tests to find the optimal layer exposure times, because that usually changes from one resin to another one, and also between printers.
From your pictures it seems you are over-exposing the layers, so you are loosing the fine details.
Do you have pictures of any other models?

I am using these parameters: https://ibb.co/1sVpJyH

This is my first print (just before I printed your model): https://ibb.co/DG2TPMC

Hi. Just checking if you have any news.

Hi!
I'm afraid I'm not a resin expert, and all I can share are my previous experiences. I've just printed with Elegoo resins so far, and the articulations came out sharp and free. Other models have also amazing details (like this one I printed a while ago: https://www.instagram.com/p/CIJK067LAuY/). For the cleaning, I use 99% IPA and a magnetic stirrer, nothing special here neither.
So I'm not sure why your results are so different. You should get what you see in the slicer preview. If the model is correct there, it makes no sense that the final print is fused all together.
Maybe trying with a different resin makes a difference here.

Loved this print. I added a photo where I tried to copy my own dog. I’ve had to make 5 more for my nieces as they loved them so much.

Glad to hear that. Thanks a lot!

Thanks!!
I did a prototype, but it was harder to print and it looked weird. I'll think again about it, maybe I can find an alternative way.
Thanks for the feedback ;)

Printed all 3 and had 0 issues! Just a quick idea. Would it be difficult to have the weiner dogs ears flexi as well?

Hi @FRANCKJARA
Sorry, I can't manage sales. I only post the designs. You should contact Cults3D staff, they will help you.
Regards,

Hello, today I scheduled a payment for a stl, I verified that my bank made me the payment but on their platform I get that the code is wrong. Please help this is not a scam.

Yes, it also works on FDM. It can be printed without supports directly on the base, but you will have to be very careful when removing. Be careful also if you downscale it too much, because that may cause the "elbow" joints to fuse together. Best results with a very opaque resin and a proper IPA cleaning before curing.

Does this work for SLS printing too? Most of the examples seem to be FDM?

Just default PrusaSlicer settings. I guess it's the setting "ensure wall thickness" (or something like that) the one that made a good top finish. For other slicers you may try increasing the number of top layers (6-7 worked for me with Simplify3D in the past)

Actually I already tried printing it hollow with 1.6 mm wall thickness. Looks great except for a bit of pillowing on top.
What was your slicer settings?

Yes, 100% no supports. And they can be printed hollow, but it may be tricky for the bottom part of the leg joints. It worked for me with PrusaSlicer.
Hope it helps!

is it possible to print this hollow & without support?

Can you sell just one dog?

No, sorry. The Copyright is non-commercial

Are these okay for resale?

Hi! Thanks a lot, I'm glad you like them. As it's said on the description, these are not MMU models. I just hand-painted some of them. Hope it helps!

Hi, these are so amazing. I am quite new but how do I get the two different colors. I have a dual extrustion printer. Thank you so much for making these, my son just loves them. I am working on buying the whole collection.

amazing!


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