BIG BEN (Queen Elizibeth Tower)


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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 20% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 20% infill
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P1P, P1S, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A163.7 h
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A model of the queen elizibeth tower that i have created in sketchup. Model should not require any supports but use your own judgement regarding brims dependant upon your setup.


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Absolutely awesome design however i did notice that when slicing with bambu studio the clock surround long and short has floating regions on a few of the details. Also you need to set yor wall generator to arachne in your print profile.
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I will have a look later, thanks!
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OK, changed to archane, I think the floating sections identified should be OK though. let me know
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This has to win. 😮😮😮
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that is very kind :) thanks
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Replying to @t.schafer :
It will for sure. The level of detail is insane. You just knocked all of my hopes out the window, haha :))
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Replying to @t.schafer :
Congratulations 🎉🎉
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Oh man, my wife is gonna kill me when I print this and need to find somewhere to put it :)
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hehe, yea man.... look forward to that story and where it finds it home :D
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I’m beginning to think that’s a major problem in the 3D printing world.
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Replying to @QuantumFilament :
Wait till I finish my marina bay sands model :D
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I'm going to make this next, what are the colours/filament did you used?
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Hi Lee, the colors are listed in the file and in one of the images but are in order from 1 to 9: Green, Black, Yellow, White, Red, Beige, Grey, Dark Blue, Light Blue. They are all standard varients of those colors and not any special off shades. As far as filament types, obviously bambu filament is quite good but as far as the conversations about other brands, I stay away from those as I feel it always explodes into more of a personal conversation/experience.... what works for you :)
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That's such an amazing and beautiful model!
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thank you! spent quite a bit of time on this one so nice to hear :)
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you should call it build-A-ben
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Hello, I think with the clock module from Bambu it should look good
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i did think about that but for me if i did 1 side i would have to do all 4 sides of the clock and witht the clock module behind it the face would not light up as evenly with the LEDs i put in it so decided on the 10 and 2 standard advertisers clock possition and needing to keep all 4 the excact same time... i would consider maybe doing a single clock face with a mechanism to all 4 sides but not now :)
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Wow! Impressive!
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awesome print profile print really nicely
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this is amazing!
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