Apollo Mission 15
saturn rocket 5
can be dismantled into 7 elements
weight 2.1 kg
white qty about 900 gr
grey qty about 600gr
yellow qty about 300 gr
black qty about 300 gr
red qty about 50 gr
update to 23/12/2018
addition of editing videos
replacement of some poorly closed parts.
number of rooms 701
number of removable elements 24
assembly instructions: https://the-amphioxus.monsite-orange.fr/
naming STL files :
element number, part color, part name, part quantity.
00: rocket support
01: push structure
02: RP1 tank bottom
03: RP1 tank fairing
04 : inter tank
05: LOX tank
06: upper skirt
requires a good knowledge of his printer.
Preferably print all parts on the same printer to ensure better dimensional retention.
Some parts may require 5 to 6 hours of printing time
the adhesion of the parts must be controlled in general.
The modeling was tested on an i3 with a 0.4mm nozzle.
First layer imperative at 0.3mm and must be regular over the entire printing surface (autoleveling desired)
layer height 0.2 mm for large parts. 0.1 or 0.15 mm for small parts.
No support required.
15% filling if necessary. 0% on thin walls.
Brim imperative on thin walls.
Edge thickness for thin parts at 0.4mm (single nozzle passage)
edge thickness for other parts at 0.8 or 1.2 mm as desired
for assembly, use step-by-step assembly videos to position the parts correctly.
The gluing of PVC glue in small quantities (risk of deformation of the parts if too much glue is used)
the support will be made of a material of your choice.
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