Articulated Crystal Dragon by Saber3D

Articulated Crystal Dragon by Saber3D

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Original Crystal Dragon (2 Colors, No Brim)
Original Crystal Dragon (2 Colors, No Brim)
Designer
16.3 h
1 plate
4.9(1 k)

Updated Crystal Dragon (100% Size, 1Color, No Brim)
Updated Crystal Dragon (100% Size, 1Color, No Brim)
Designer
7.2 h
1 plate
5.0(78)

Updated Crystal Dragon (75% Size, 1Color, A1Mini, With Brim)
Updated Crystal Dragon (75% Size, 1Color, A1Mini, With Brim)
Designer
5.2 h
1 plate
4.9(37)

Updated Crystal Dragon (75% Size, 1Color, A1Mini, No Brim)
Updated Crystal Dragon (75% Size, 1Color, A1Mini, No Brim)
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4.7 h
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Original Crystal Dragon (2 Colors, No Brim)
Wow, printed in light grey and metallic blue purple transition filament. just amazing.
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supports?
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Replying to @Maxxcreeper :
no
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Replying to @Maxxcreeper :
@anthgutierrez How did you manage to print him without supports? Mine failed about 70% into the print... I woke up to spaghetti :( I'm trying to figure out if it was a support/adhesion issue or my printer that had a tantrum this week with mesh bed levelling..
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Used clear PLA for the crystals, the photo doesn't really do it justice - they almost look the the ones you used to be able to "grow" at home. Thanks for the cool model. Kids are pushing me for more colours now!
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the red eyes were an awesome touch! love the look 🤩
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Original Crystal Dragon (2 Colors, No Brim)
Brim sticks very well.
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awesome color combo! looks awesome 🤩
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did you get a full model brim? its showing me the whole model isnt fully touching the plate and would only brim like half the model going down the tail
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Dude, my first big print and I couldn’t be happier. Used trees for the support cause I don’t know what I’m doing but seemed to work great. 24 hours into owning a 3D printer and we have this beast!
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what filaments did you use, they look amazing!
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Replying to @Saber3D :
I used a rainbow silk matte PLA for the body and a magenta/Gold metallic silk for the crystals. Turned out better than ai could have hoped. The rainbow didn’t work great on smaller builds but is perfect for something like this.
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Used the default profile and it came out amazing! printed it on the A1.
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@Mobstar, did you use brims or a support? I am trying to print him on the A1 but having trouble... :(
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What trouble do you have? im using the textured build plate without supports or a brim. Just clean the buildplate with 90+% isopropyl alcohol I have no problems with any of my prints
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Replying to @Mobstar :
Sound great. Will also try once I finished my things for today so I can hook up some sunrise red-yellow with black or matte-navy-blue. we'll see. Yours looks really cool. But! I am always questioning myself, why do people print those? Why should I print one?
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Thanks for the design. It printed very nice.
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whats that filament for the scales? looks very cool
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Replying to @mr.bossyboy :
Sorry i just read the comment. It is this one: https://www.amazon.de/dp/B09X2MDLDY?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details It is the Eryone Dual Color PLA.
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Original Crystal Dragon (2 Colors, No Brim)
Really nice dragon
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love the glow!
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cool
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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
Only the head has all the detail. The rest of the body is a single layer change at a certain level. Good print though.
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done specificity like that to reduce print time
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I figured once I did the print. It was my first time actually doing a multicolor. Didn't realize it at first, but would've printed it anyway to save the filament. It printed great for my first multicolor print.
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Do you know about how long the dragon is? I have a friend whose son wants one that can go around the back of his neck and was curious if this one is big enough?
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New to 3d printing. What is this brick that the printer is making beside the model?
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Welcome To 3D printing! Thank you for trying out my model! That is your purge tower, Every time the printer changes color filament, it will first "poop" out the old color and then extrude some of the new color to insure you don't get any of the old color on that layer. It will then move over to the purge tower and print a layer to insure that none of the old color is left in the nozzle and then it can start printing with the new color. It will do this for every layer that it changes color. Hope this helps :)
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Came out great!
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beautiful dragons! what filament did you use?
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Replying to @Saber3D :
@Saber3D - thanks! I used BambuLab PLA Basic Gradient
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