If you ever wondered where the Elf on a Shelf came from and how he got into your home then look no further, the recent discovery of the Elf Door would seem to answer that question.
The Elf Door appears to be a portal to the north pole that materialises in your home during the run up to Christmas giving the elf access to update Santa's Naughty and Nice List.
So be good and Merry Christmas
I printed the items with the following settings on my CR-10 using a 0.6mm Nozzle:-
Outer Frame - Stood up, 0.3mm Layer heights, With Supports everywhere
Door - Lay FLat, 0.3mm Layer Heights, No Supports, Top Layer angle set on Cura to  to create wood grain.
Candy Pole's - Stood Up, 0.2mm Layer Heights, No Supports, 15mm Brim
Wreath - Lay Flat, 0.2mm Layer Height, No Supports, Cura 3 Fussy Skin Mode mode set to 0.6mm (this adds extra "Foliage" Detail)
Caps, Feet, Hinges - Lay Flat, 0.1mm Layer Height, No Supports
Handle - Lay Flat, 0.1mm Layer Hights, Supports to bed
Nice and simple this one, just Glue it all together. I used Super Glue Gel, to try and keep it tidy.
Outer Frame - Glue in the door
slide the pole parts together - glue the poles in the door step
slide on the feet from the top and glue in position
Glue on the caps and back to the outer frame
Glue on the Wreath, handle and hinges.
and you are Done.
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