The American Flag

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The American Flag

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A1 mini

0.2mm layer, 5 walls, 10% infill
0.2mm layer, 5 walls, 10% infill
Designer
16.9 h
1 plate
4.9(49)

Less waste, same quality - 0.2mm layer, 5 walls, 10% infill
Less waste, same quality - 0.2mm layer, 5 walls, 10% infill
Designer
13.5 h
1 plate
5.0(16)

Stars & Stripes Separated - 0.2mm layer, 5 walls, 10% infill
Stars & Stripes Separated - 0.2mm layer, 5 walls, 10% infill
Designer
9.7 h
2 plates
5.0(7)

[100% Scale], 0.28mm layer, 2 walls, 0% infill
[100% Scale], 0.28mm layer, 2 walls, 0% infill
8.6 h
1 plate
4.8(9)

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The American flag! You will need a multicolor printer for this model. The cover photo shows Old Glory printed at 200%. I would not scale it any (or much) smaller, because then the stars may not print well. If you are going to increase the scale, I would decrease the amount of walls in the print profile, so it doesnt print solid - to save some filament. Enjoy!

 

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0.2mm layer, 5 walls, 10% infill
flag is awesome. and to save the waste I dumped into the skull
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That is bad ass! Can the P1P do that? I need to learn how...
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yes. so load the model and then load the model. You wanna flush to on the same plate than you right click on that model and you go down to flush options and you click flesh infill and flesh into object I use these skills a lot because they’re tall they use a little more filament and some of the other objects, but they’re taller than most of my objects that I’m gonna multicolor print
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Replying to @mtjtkt80 :
awesome! Thank you!
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This is simply stunning and with the settings and I printed at .08mm the layer lines are gone. Great work on this! Thanks for the dedication to get it right! it's a lot of hard work! Talk about..."O say can you see, by the dawn's early light What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming Whose broad stripes and bright stars...
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dang that looks soooo good at 0.08! how long did it take? thank you so much for the kind words and sharing your print
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Replying to @dfreshkremer :
Oh, it took 3 days 20 hours and 29 mins, 1701 filament changes and used 1650.21g of filament! But it was worth it all man!!
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damn! I’m so glad it printed well for you! it’s a risky print for sure. My P1P was printing my flags beautifully, and now all of a sudden it’s not. Trying to print the Scottish flag, and it looks awful and keeps messing up. Might have to try drying the filament and doing a maintenance routine. if you ever print it again, I added a second print profile - it saves time and filament without losing quality.
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Being a Veteran seeing this has made me fall in love with the flag all over again. It is printing Perfectly as we speak! No layer lines almost and I printed in Matte filament. WOW!
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wow! that looks soo good! thank you for your service!
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This is a great looking model and I'm sure it looks great completed. However, it is an extremely long and fragile print job for my P1S. I have had to restart this print twice now and there won't be another. The blue and white field is extremely taxing on the printer with constant purging and filament changes. My poop chute became obstructed and the print head cover collided with the purge tower. Very frustrating indeed.
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sorry to hear about your troubles. it is definitely a challenging print. I’m about to upload another profile that knocks off 3hrs and saves almost 100g of filament, with no quality differences. I may also upload a profile that has the Stars and Stripes separate from each other and can be glued together at the end. would be easier to print.
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Replying to @dfreshkremer :
These design mods sound great! I'll watch for the release. Thanks so much.
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Replying to @user_508982730 :
I just uploaded the new print profile!
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Worked perfect!
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That looks a lot cleaner printing separately! How was gluing it together?? (I don't want to freak you out, but it looks like the stars are upside down)
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Easy to glue together! My dad loved it. If its upside down I like it better that way!😆
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Turned out great! (One failed due to me breaking it off lol)
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the Mini is such a little work horse. I love it.
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Replying to @dfreshkremer :
Definitely! Bought another one and an A1 Combo because I loved this one so much haha
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BEAUTIFUL print in Bambu matte PLA. One of my very favorite! The amount of poops made from this model is astronomical. Be prepared. Otherwise, printed very well with this profile.
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go to my profile and check out my newest version - “American Flag V2.0”. saves a TON of time and filament.
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Less waste, same quality - 0.2mm layer, 5 walls, 10% infill
printed 5 at a time to spread out the waste a little. these things are solid! I used red/blue overture pla silk and white overture matte. is it necessary to use 5 walls instead of 4-5?
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no, I used 5 walls to make it solid. if you’re scaling them up or don’t care that they aren’t solid, you can bump the walls down
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absolutely love how this print turned out. went to 200% took about 20 hours and a metric F ton of poop but totally worth it. just in time for the 4th of July. ‘Merica!!!!!!
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super clean! looks awesome! if you happen to print it again, I added two more print profiles that will save both time and filament!
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Replying to @dfreshkremer :
yeah I saw them. I used the second one because I didn’t want to glue the blue square. amazing job designing it.
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0.2mm layer, 5 walls, 10% infill
Beautiful Easy to print USA flag
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looks great! thank you for sharing
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