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NObody Yoga: A Serene Journey


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Split in 3 pieces
Split in 3 pieces
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X1 Carbon, P1S, P1P, X1, X1E, A14.5 h
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a1 mini splitted profile
a1 mini splitted profile
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A1 mini, P1S, P1P, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A15.9 h
5.0
One piece, tree supports,  0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
One piece, tree supports, 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
P1S, P1P, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A12.5 h

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NObody Yoga: A Serene Journey

Embark on a journey of self-discovery with Nobody Yoga, a captivating sculpture designed to evoke a sense of peace and mindfulness. 3D sculpted with precision and care, this exquisite piece captures the essence of yoga practice in its graceful form and intricate details.

Key Features:

  1. Serene Sculpture: Nobody Yoga is a mesmerizing blend of artistry and tranquility, inviting you to find inner peace through its elegant design.
  2. Mindful Detailing: Each curve and contour of the sculpture is meticulously sculpted to reflect the fluidity and grace of yoga poses, creating a harmonious aesthetic.
  3. Inspirational Essence: With its serene presence, Nobody Yoga serves as a reminder to embrace the present moment and cultivate mindfulness in your daily life.
  4. Supportless challange: The file is actually splitted into pieces but if you find the right settings you can easly print it supportless
  5. Commercial License: Patrons also gain access to a commercial license, allowing them to explore their own creative projects with the beauty and inspiration of Nobody Yoga.

Elevate your space and nurture your inner peace with Nobody Yoga. Join us on Patreon to discover the beauty of mindfulness in art.

 


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I really didn't want to print this in multiple pieces, because I was afraid joints would be visible. So I embarked on a path to print it in one piece, on my P1S, gold textured PEI plate, mate white PLA. First fail: Added default tree supports on the original sized STL. It failed 1 hour in, about the time it reached the model's hip. It was simply knocked over, right leg broken a little bit higher than the ankle. Second fail: Resized to 75%, added organic tree supports, bumped brim to 10mm, set brim-object gap to 0, brim type: inner and outer and tried printing with the Aux fan off (I had a hunch it was what "helped" knocking the model on my first try). It became obvious that adhesion was going to be a problem in the first 5 minutes, although I left the door open. I never got over past few layers. Third fail: Same settings as above, but this time I left the Aux fan on (the 70% default). It failed also approximately 1 hour in, this time no broken leg, but simply came of from the build plate. Fourth attempt, succes! I flipped the model horizontally on its back, left the brim settings as before, and reverted to default tree supports - slicing took considerably longer and I also got this warning "Empty layers around bottom are replaced by nearest normal layers". However, it did print successfully, the supports came off really easily. Just used a little bit of IPA to take the model off the plate. I'd say the layers are quite visible on the model's back, but I actually like it a lot, it gives an "alive" vibe.
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Man you did it! Thanks for sharing really!
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Replying to @Collecticraft :
May I upload the profile for others to use?
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Replying to @qinty :
you are totally free doing it :)
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Nice print I printed all of the pieces on one plate instead of three plates and it gave me no problems. They all fit together perfectly as well. I’m a beginner and I’ve had quite a few failed prints but this one is definitely not one of them. Thank you for sharing.
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this is amazing, awesome filament choice! Thanks for sharing
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Could you upload one that is not split? Thank you!!!
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There is the stl file for the complete piece, I could not upload it for a 3D print because is a real challenge and so a print profile would not be successful!
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Replying to @Collecticraft :
I would like to try it. It looks like the GIF you loaded is a full print
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Replying to @jwgomes :
Yes in the raw model files there is the stl file called "nb003 one piece"
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Amazing!
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Where do I find the file for the complete piece? My printer has printed all the other ones absolutely flawlessly and I'd like to do this one in one piece as well. I can't find that file anywhere.
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Yes there is and you can find under the print profile, in the RAW model files there is the .stl file called "nb003 one piece"!
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Replying to @Collecticraft :
Ah yes, it is there now. It wasn't there before. I will try that version and see how it goes. I have faith in my printer, lol.
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Replying to @user_255719212 :
let me know how it goes!
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Hello what is the size?
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the splitted parts file is roughly 20cm height
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Replying to @Collecticraft :
Thank you 🙏🏼
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I just printed this for my wife using PLA-CF. Like others, I put all the parts on one plate. Slowed down the print speed to silent. Beautiful! Thank you for this :) My wife loves it.
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I really appreciate it! thanks!
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Perfect Print
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Were you able to print the one piece model (with or without supports)?
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Replying to @sails_ :
I didn't print it in one piece
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qui stiamo sfidando la forza di gravità signori, adoro!!
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Questa volta trovate il baricentro giusto é stata una vera sfida!
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Perfect Print
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