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Didn't got one print to finish nice any help

Hello, thank you for purchasing my models. I see that you have written several comments, let's get to it. The print-in-place models are always going to require that you have a good adhesion to the bed, in that sense some models may be more complex than others, my models are rather simple. First of all, make sure of the calibration of your printer, a correct leveling of the bed is the most important thing for any print. Assuming that everything is fine, I advise you to use an extra adhesive, in my case (as you can see in my videos) the printing surface is made of glass, I usually use a little strong hold hairspray to improve the adhesion of the first layer. Users who have printers with a PEI printing surface, which I think are the majority now, rarely use any extra adhesive, PEI has better adhesion, however it is possible to use it as an extra aid. Keep in mind that you have to clean the printing surface after each print.
I hope this advice helps you and you can have satisfactory impressions!

Hola! me encanto la base del Joker que hiciste, la he adquirido para realizarla. En la tienda me preguntan las medidas de la base, por si acaso el archivo se exporta mal o varia, ¿serias capaz de darmelas?
gracias y un gran trabajo!

Piso: 17 x 16,5cm
Alto con reja: 29cm

Good day I bought all the motorcycles...struggle to print them the chopper the hander bar broke everytime and Nou the scrambler when it start on the tyres the small pieces at the beginning of the tire came loose any help

Hello, thank you for purchasing my models. I see that you have written several comments, let's get to it. The print-in-place models are always going to require that you have a good adhesion to the bed, in that sense some models may be more complex than others, my models are rather simple. First of all, make sure of the calibration of your printer, a correct leveling of the bed is the most important thing for any print. Assuming that everything is fine, I advise you to use an extra adhesive, in my case (as you can see in my videos) the printing surface is made of glass, I usually use a little strong hold hairspray to improve the adhesion of the first layer. Users who have printers with a PEI printing surface, which I think are the majority now, rarely use any extra adhesive, PEI has better adhesion, however it is possible to use it as an extra aid. Keep in mind that you have to clean the printing surface after each print.
I hope this advice helps you and you can have satisfactory impressions!

hi i want to get refund beacause when i print my motorcycle it always breaks

Hi hope your good don't you have a nice figure riding the chopper

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Hi, that's a good idea but at the moment I don't have any.

Good day I bought all the motorcycles...struggle to print them the chopper the hander bar broke everytime and Nou the scrambler when it start on the tyres the small pieces at the beginning of the tire came loose any help

Hello

  I am writing to you to ask about your "Joker Jail Base" model. I really like it A LOT, in fact, I used to work in the building that this scene was filmed in. What I wanted to ask is, do you have a "Joker" model, or did you create this to go along with someone else's model??

Thanks in advance
Bob

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Hello PaganWizard, I'm glad you liked it.
I made this base thinking that it would be compatible with the 1:6 scale commercial figure. I don't have a joker model, I don't specialize in organic design.

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Thanks for getting back to me it does look like I have to good a bed adhesion (a first for time ever) did the super bike on a bed of paint tape and had success

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hi I have bought almost all your PnP bikes but no matter how many walls or infill% I usually use 15 or more I get breakages on the bars holding the bikes to the wheels, when I remove the model do you have any settings you could recommend think will make this stronger? thanks

Hi EVILO8, the configuration I use is 3-line walls, and 4 lower/upper layers. Maybe you are using a fewer number of top/bottom layers? 15% infill is fine. I recommend a speed of 50mm/s. If your printer is working properly you shouldn't have these problems, unless the prints remain too adhered to the bed due to some adherent you are using (?), in which case I would recommend removing them with the help of a spatula.

Hey,

I run a 3D printing business and was wondering if you are willing to make models for me?

Thanks ,
Jaeger

Hello.

I would like to buy 4 or 5 models to print, may I pay you with USDT ? Try to thing in sell me a bundle.

Thanks, Have a good day and MERRY XMAS.

Gday, I wouldlike to get permission to sell the prints in Australia only. I wouldnt sell the files.

Hay dude, Love your designs, Bought 3 of them already and they print awesome, i struglle a bit with the jeeps bumper where u added the support, it keeps getting loose. is there a way u can impove the support maybe??

Hello. I have uploaded a new file with a stiffer bumper edge. Remember to have the z-hop activated, I use it with a height of 0.4mm.

Hi again, I seem to have got it to down load great!!! I had to use a windows pc to get it to work, the system dose not like android note books.
Many thanks Francis

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Great I'm glad.

Hi again, I get to the point of choosing the payment method but it will not go any further.
Can you help please
Regards Francis

Hi Francis, this is the guide that appears in the Cults3D FAQ:
To buy some 3D files, you just have to click on the purple Download button on the top right of each creations page. Then you have to go to your cart and validate it by clicking on the purple “Proceed to download” button. And choose your favorite payment method, You can choose to pay with your credit card or you can pay by PayPal. Finally, click the “Download your files” button on the final page. Note that first, you need to log in to your Cults account or to register if you are a new member.

Hi, I have been trying to buy the Buda door knocker. But I am unable to pay.
Can you help?
Regards Francis. Email is francisu3a@gmail.com

Hello, I wanted to say that Im in love with your ,print in place vehicles and I wanted to ask if it was possible to adapt the seat and handle bar for 6 inch figures like GIJOE classified, marvel legends, if so I already purchased 1 of your motorcycles for this reason , so if you update the file please let me know .
thanks so much please keep them coming !! good job

maybe make the seat a separate file just like the handle bars , for the figures

Hi, thanks for your comments. At the moment I have not thought about making variations of these models for other applications but it is a good idea to make complements for those types of figures, and something I will have to investigate.

Bonjour je voulez vous envoyer des photos de jolie stl que vous avez fait comment je peux les mettre en ligne ici ou vous les envoyer merci

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Hello Ludi62. In your profile in the upload section you can add a "make". There you can upload your photos and comments for other users to see. They will appear attached to the "makes" section of the respective model. Also if you want you can follow me on Instagram and tag me! https://www.instagram.com/rodmuzac/
Cheers!

ciao
le ruote della jeep si rompono facilmente...
i bambini ci giocano un po ma poi tornano con le ruote rotte..
ho modificato l'STL riempiendo l'asse, ma con lo slicer, ammenochè non lo faccia al 100%, le ruote non vengono piene del tutto...
si potrebbero relizzare le ruote in un file a parte? magari con asse pieno al 100% e che si avviti in modo tale da montarle successivamente alla jeep già stampata?
vorrei acquistare le altre auto, ma se tutte si rompono le ruote...

Hello ndefonte80. The reason for the hollow shafts is because when printing, the inner and outer walls complement each other and as a result you have stiffer shafts. As you have seen, I recommend configuring the laminator with three walls. Give me an email address so I can help you.

si, io ho già impostato le pareti esterne con valore 3 nello slicer... ma come puoi ben capire i bambini sbattono i giochi in continuazione...
come ti dicevo, sarebbe bello se tu modificassi l'asse delle ruote e lo rendessi avvitabile o comunque ad incastro, in modo tale che si possono stampare le ruote separatamente e sostituirle in caso di rottura...
la mia mail ndefonte80@gmail.com

I would like to purchase your off road car model. Am I able to make changes to the STL file? For example, if I want to add some text, or change the windows locations and etc. Or do I need a different file format? Thanks.

Hello, a consolidated .stl file is not very practical to make changes to, even so, it is possible to modify them. It is a model designed for the ease of print-in-place, so the modifications should be designed under the same principle. The files I sell are for personal use.

Hola soy Ariel

Los diseños están muy lindo, deseo realizar una consulta la base giratoria que tienes como mostrario en movimiento que tu realizas con la mano, en el árbol de navidad y el trofeo de ciclismo tu lo vendes también.

El trofeo te lo compre desearía saber si lo vendes y cuanto cuesta??

en que material lo tienes impreso.

Quedo atento a tus comentarios.

Hola Ariel, gracias. La base giratoria solo la pensé para mostrar las figuras, no la puse a disposición en la página porque no la considero completamente terminada y estoy enfocado en los otros modelos.

hola, me gusto el off-road car pero, podes hacer uno con el jeep americano de la segunda guerra? slds

Hola. Es una buena idea para un futuro modelo.

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y si es por pedir, ja, una moto, pero tipo touring? q se asemeje a una bmw 1250? jajaja mucho pedir? saludos y gracias, ayer imprimi la moto que te compre, quedo hermosa y salio perfecta!

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Muchas gracias, perfectamente posible.

Un grand merci pour cette belle jeep en un seul bloc s'imprime vraiment bien. Vraiment un beau travail.

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Thank you very much for your comment, I'm glad you liked that design.

Hello, i wanted to contact you and see if its ok to sell 3d printed items of yours. do you have a patreon account or something where it gives permission if so? i have an etsy and i make 3d prints but i always check with the designer first before making and selling first. i love your files and i think they are awesome! If you don't want them sold...that is understandable too . i would give credit and send people to you for the files. i would never sell files in any way, just printed versions. Theres several files i wanted to purchase of yours but wanted to check with you first to see.

Hello, at the moment I am not interested in allowing the sale of my physical designs.

all good, thank you for your reply :)

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I'm having some trouble with your off-road car, the front axle seems to weld itself to the upper part of the car do you have ant suggestions to help this?

Hello captain redeye, indeed the axis was a bit near the top, I have fixed that in the update. Thanks for your comment.

Hey, I printed your super bike and it looks great but my wheel don't spin. Any suggestions on what I should change or should I try to move them and break them free of whatever might be causing them to not move. I printed with your suggested settings.

Hello! It is possible that if you have too much stringing the wheels get a little stuck, you can do a temperature test. Another cause could be the use of "brim" in the slicer software, in this model it should not be used.

So I went ahead and broke into the axle and it is completely smooth. I think I've pinpointed my issue at the first layer. The cap that should be there between the axle and tire is not. I'm thinking I might just have my bed to high causing it to squish the print more making it attach at that point. I'll have to try re-leveling to see if I can't find a sweet spot.

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