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Skeleton skier

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Creation quality: 5.0/5 (1 vote)
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3D model description

A small articulated skeleton in 4 simple pieces is very nice .

Feel free to manipulate in all directions the skeleton to release all the movement of the body before gluing all the pieces together.

If ever there is a small defect during your printing and that one of the members holds badly on its kneecap, it will be enough to slightly heat the place on the member or it must fit with a lighter and to reclip it to strong so that it cannot detach itself again, but if the impression is good there is no reason that this happens to you ; )


3D printing settings

Layer thickness: 0.18 mm

Temperatures

Nozzle : 195

Plateau: 60

Printing speed: 45 mm/s

Support: in contact with the plate at 65°.

Hooking to the tray:

-ski ,bonnet (none)

-corp ,head (border)

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: STL Folder details Close
    • Bonnet.stl
    • Corp.stl
    • Tete.stl
    • ski droit.stl
    • ski gauche.stl

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  • Publication date: 2023-01-23 at 20:50

License

CULTS - Private Use

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