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Kenji the print-in-place benchy robot

Creation quality: 5.0/5 (6 votes)
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3D model description

Kenji is your new desk companion.
More than a cute robot and keychain it is an useful test print to check dimensions, overhangs and even a tiny bridge. Use the tolerances (0.3 on foot and 0.4 on legs) to adjust the extrusion multiplier of each of your filaments.

I myself was very impressed of how different each filament can be, got numbers from 105% to 92%


3D printing settings

No Supports, no brim.
Rear seam line
On the photos I used the default 0.2mm on PrusaSlicer:
0.2 layer height
15% Infill

Tested on PLA and PETG

If you're having problems with the legs and feet fused together try to low the extrusion multiplier.
To play safe you can start at 95% and increase or decrease as needed.

3D printer file information


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