Bricks Hulk

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A1 mini

0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 8% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 8% infill
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34.9 h
3 plates
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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 8% infill Small Hulk
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 8% infill Small Hulk
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https://www.patreon.com/waltersworld

 

Be sure to check out our Patreon for all newly released models, monthly giveaways, and the opportunity to have models designed custom for you

 

🔥 Unleash the Hulk within!!! 💥

 

Get ready to bring the power of the green behemoth to life with our L3GO-inspired 3D printable Hulk figure, standing a towering 10 inches tall! With articulate arms and hands, this masterpiece captures the raw strength and intensity of everyone's favorite gamma-powered hero.

 

🌈 Key Features:

✅ 10 inches of pure Hulk power

✅ Articulate arms and hands for dynamic poses

✅ L3GO-inspired design for a perfect blend of nostalgia and modernity

✅ Printable with just 1 Bambu AMS unit – Easy and Efficient!

 

🚀 Bambu AMS Compatibility: Seamless printing awaits you! Our Hulk figure is designed to be printed effortlessly with just one Bambu AMS unit, ensuring a hassle-free and high-quality printing experience. Let the Automatic Material System (AMS) handle the details while you witness the Hulk come to life.

 

💪 Unleash Your Creativity: Whether you're a superhero fanatic, a L3GO enthusiast, or a 3D printing pro, this Hulk figure is a must-add to your collection. Create dynamic displays, showcase your printing skills, and let the Hulk take center stage in your masterpiece lineup.

 

Don't forget to check out our other Marvel L*GO inspired figures to complete your collection!

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Infill is a pain to remove. had to sand arm holes and neck to put together!!
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hmm…if you’re removing infill, you’ve gone too far. I discussed support removal in the description, may be easier to print vertically.
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Replying to @waltersworld3d :
I think they mean the supports In the arm holes I can’t get it out
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although it is a pretty good print👍
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Great print, love the detail
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Came out pretty good. some rough areas on crotch and top of biceps and neck areas but nothing my 7 year old will worry about. Used 0.6 to try out that bigger nozzle which seemed perfect for this big, blocky print.
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gli incastri sono troppo giusti, ho dovuto scaldare il modello per farli entrare
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This one ended up great. Used my Dremel and heat gun for arms and head. Nice tight fit
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Other Issues:file missing holes for hands? **update: drilled my own holes. also when you give the owner anything other than a 4 or 5 star rating they get very upset and harass you in you private messages asking you to change your rating so also just a heads up BEWARE of that.
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If you only have one AMS you will be doing some repainting as the torso and head are single objects versus multiple. I also found that all the joints required heat to get them to sonnect without destroying them trying to force them into place. The only main issue I had was the horrible ringed mountain on the tips of the arms and shoulders when sliced in Bambi Studio. I had to use variable layer heights and ironing to correct as much of that as possible
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thank you for the feedback! I didn’t use any heat, but it’s an option! just old fashion sand paper.
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So what is the secret to getting it smooth with sandpaper and not have the material white after sanding? I used 4000 grit and 10k grit wet/dry automobile sandpaper and it was still white versus the filament color.
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would be nice if you could slit the feet and legs to save on print time and waste
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Do you think you can do a Lego thanos for your next big fig?
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awesome!
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