Book Nook Suspended Trench Run

Book Nook Suspended Trench Run

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MULTICOLOR 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
MULTICOLOR 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
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i tried making a new type of suspended model for my Star wars collection..

This is a book nook diorama of the famous trench run.. although i didnt have a tie fighter so i changed it to a tie interceptor.. i might do another one with a tie fighter later.. since its printed in 2 parts.. i could also change up the ships..

The 2 parts are joined together using pegs insert.. the front part has a channel for the LED strips.. its fairly easy to assemble.. just be careful with the laser coming from the tie interceptor.. it goes in between the strings for the x-wing..

In order to keep the x-wing wings stick to buildplate.. i made a small brimm for it.. you can remove it before assembling the 2 parts together.

The book nook measures at 15cm width 20cm height and 20cm deep..

 

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As always i also prepped the 3mf files for multicolor prints as well.. and remember when printing suspended models.. set the wall generator to arachne from classic.. this will make the slicer print the strings.. and NO SUPPORTS..

 

I hope you guys have fun printing this new version of the suspended book nook

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Such a cool design. I've been wanting a book nook for awhile, so had to print it. My mistake on LEDs, bought some others than linked due to delivery time- they were waterproof so coated in thick rubber which make hard to snake it in while trying to not brake any strings. Lesson learned and for others to pay attention to. I had no issues with the print or profile, came out near flawless.
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Damn good print..
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This looks really cool! I'm new to 3d printing and wondering if you made the whole model from scratch and if you did, how!!! I can only make really basic things in Solidworks and I want to learn more funky shapes!
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Made the whole thing using just tinkercad
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Replying to @fay3dlab :
WTF, I've been learning Fusion 360 because I thought you can only do basic shit in TInkerCAD!
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Replying to @fay3dlab :
That is very impressive as a 10 years+ AutoCAD user here.... I also have experiences of using fusion 360 and solidworks. But this is just blow my mind when you mentioned about tinkercad.... lol...
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This thing looks..... insane
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thanks.. do make one for yourself..
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Replying to @fay3dlab :
I would if I had 5 days to print something lol
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Replying to @JIGL :
i would as well if i had that amount of filament on hand to spare for it 😭
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what software you use to make this?
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i used tinkercad.. easy software to learn and use to make these.. been using them for years now..
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ok, thank you
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I am still trying to get my head around making a quad elderly walking cane in TinkerCad and here you have a full on project. Mind telling how long it took you from start to print ?
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i already had the x-wing and the tie-interceptor model from previous project.. so modelling the book nook took about 2-3 days.. on and off.. since i have a day job.. and 5 days to print everything multicolor.. FYI.. i used to 3d model professionally in my country film industry.. so i got like 20 years experience doing this.. Tinkercad about 7 years.. you can search my name on tinkercad too. i share some of my 3d models there too.. you can try to reverse model some of my stuff to see how i do it
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Replying to @fay3dlab :
Thank you, will do !
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is there a yt video to put it together
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i havent done one yet.. but its fairly easy.. the 2 parts have 5 pegs that holds the 2 part together.. that pretty much it
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okay ty just want to make sure before printing
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your remodeling video is fuckin awesome.... you're a genius. hold on modeling young padavan.
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thanks
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if this model comes out good with the settings you've/the file has given me I'll definitely be boosting you bro!!
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ahahahaa.. trust in the force.. you must have..
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I'm curious which "grey" filament you used in your model? Is it their "Blue Grey"?
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bambu pla matte ash grey
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I have to try to find a place to display all your creations I keep printing ! .. I am running out of space quickly! I was thinking this one for example to print a wall mount to place it on the wall.. with maybe a dark color behind so the lights show better. maybe you could design a wall mount to go with each model .. like an extension with the same there .. just an idea! like a 3d printed helmet holder but for your prints...
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that is a cool idea.. let me brainstorm on this.. thanks for the idea
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