Cute Gargoyle

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Cute Gargoyle

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A1 mini
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0.16mm layer, 3 walls, 10% infill
0.16mm layer, 3 walls, 10% infill
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21.3 h
2 plates
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0.16mm layer, 3 walls, 10% infill
0.16mm layer, 3 walls, 10% infill
Designer
19.3 h
1 plate
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A Cute Gargoyle /Grotesque split for multi-colour printing, also split to enable printing with just one AMS

 

I used Bambu Lab Marble Filment, charcoal and Ivory White Matte

 

i have also included a single colour STL file single colour or resin printing

 

I have uploaded 3mf Print profiles for both a single plate all in one print and also a muti print for A1 Mini Users

 

These are part of My Patreon https://www.patreon.com/romwba3d

 

Please note the Multi Colour RAW STL Files are designed to be printed all at once by importing into your slicer as a Muli STL and not printed seperatly and glued togeather. If you print them that way they may not fit correctly

 

You can view all the Available Models - now over 275 on https://www.romwba3d.com

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super joli.bravo
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Turned out great
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Super cool. Habe aber die 3MF komplett neu angeordnet, da es mir viel zu viele Stützen hatte.
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Had a few issues with part cooling causing the base to lift a bit on the corner and part of the wing got stunted but otherwise a super cute gargoyle!
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great work 👍✅
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Very cute gargoyle, Printed with supports. ProtoPasta Marble White.
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Would it make more sense to print the head separately from the body to reduce support costs give the head/body are already keyed with connectors? Why wouldn't they fit? Sadly, trying to separate the head from the body in the slicer also separate the eyeballs and pupils into separate unaligned objects.
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just load the all the head items together then allocate the same filment or load the single colour files
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Replying to @Romwba3D :
I found I could go to the objects list and delete the body then move the head down the plate. I decided to try printing it on its back since that will give me the maximum quality for the face and dropped the print time from (IIRC) 10.5 hours in the original orientation to 8 hours. I then used variable layer heights to get the print time down to only 6.5 hours. Print is still going so I don't know yet how bad the support scarring will be on the back of the ears and head.
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Replying to @adriangarside :
It could be quite a bit faster yet. Maybe half the remaining color changes in that print orientation is the hidden back half of the eyeball. I should have done a color by layer to force it to the head color.
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