One Piece Logo Light Box Sign

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One Piece Logo Light Box Sign

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X1 Carbon
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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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4.6 h
2 plates
5.0(1)

Removed front facing IR sensor hole.
Removed front facing IR sensor hole.
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4.6 h
2 plates

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One Piece Logo Light Box

 

I use the 6.5' Monster brand LEDs.
They are available on Amazon for about $10 each:
Amazon.com: Monster 6.5-Foot Color-Changing LED Light Strip, Multiple Combinations and Modifications, Remote Control, 5-Volt USB Port Power Charge, Easy Stick Installation (2-Pack) : Home & Kitchen

Though I personally get them from Wal-Mart for about half that price:

Monster LED 6.5ft Multi-Color Indoor Light Strip, Multi-White, USB Plug, Remote - Walmart.com

 

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Any models representing fictional characters is purely coincidental.
Any designs of existing characters are classed as fan-art and are ultimately the printed-item seller's responsibility.

 

If you have any questions about the files, assembly or anything else, feel free to message me.

 

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https://www.patreon.com/CADventures3d

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il y a un trou dans la face :(
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I believe this depends on your settings. Mine turn out solid without gaps or holes, but I had to adjust some print settings such as first layer line overlaps to get it there. On most of my other models, I started adding a layer behind the image (in white) to fill any gaps due to poor printer settings and/or lessor printers. I did not go back an update this model though, but maybe I'll release a revision in the future. Thanks for the feedback.
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Replying to @CADventures3D :
non, ce n'est pas du à l impression, votre fichier a un soucis sur la face
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Replying to @matttts :
You're right. I forgot...on that one I had left a hole on the front for the IR sensor to slip through (which isn't really necessary as it turns out). I'll try to upload a corrected updated version early next week. Thanks for the picture for the reminder.
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