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Tie Fighter Google Mini Mount - Resized 169x199x222

Download free 3MF file Tie Fighter Google Mini Mount - Resized 169x199x222 • Model to 3D print, mforryDownload free 3MF file Tie Fighter Google Mini Mount - Resized 169x199x222 • Model to 3D print, mforryDownload free 3MF file Tie Fighter Google Mini Mount - Resized 169x199x222 • Model to 3D print, mforry
Download free 3MF file Tie Fighter Google Mini Mount - Resized 169x199x222 • Model to 3D print, mforry

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UPDATE - 2-15-2020 - Finally got to print it and it looks big and awesome :) Pics uploaded and posted a make so it would notify everyone. I printed at .28 resolution and it came out really good. Little roughness around the mini mount but that can be fixed with some snips or sandpaper. Took about 33 hours. I also forgot to up the infill like bulekowski suggested and only used 5%. It seems fine but like he said, if it is going to get knocked around then you will want to up it a bit and take the extra time printing so you don't end up with a 9inch high broken tie fighter mini mount ;)

Had this for a bit and decided to post it even though I have not printed it yet, which I really hate to do as I think everyone should print their own project first just to make sure nobody else wastes material and time but I just don't have the filament right now. This will take over 400 grams of filament, that is the reason I have not printed yet. once I have a bunch of extra filament I will print it as it is just so cool. Once i can get filament and print it i will add a jpg!

I resized the tie fighter and then added on the google mini mount just because you cant resize the whole thing together or the mini wont fit. Size is about 169mmx199mmx222mm so I have included both the 3mf and the stl file so you can disassemble in the 3mf and resize again if you need to.

If you normally use a skirt you MAY be able to do 1 line if you have the Ender 5 like me but it is going to push the limits so I would recommend turning it off and just using regular Cura sine it does the line on the left before printing anyway.

i would suggest using tree supports in Cura also or making your own in meshmixer if you know how (I do not).

Have fun and please let me know with a make or comment if you printed and how it came out.

I added a picture because thingiverse was not converting the stl to a jpg so I did it manually. I still have NOT printed this!

  • 3D file format: 3MF and STL
  • 3D model size: X 169 × Y 199 × Z 221 mm

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