Bluey Door (Single AMS Version) 4 spools = 7 colors (Parametric Blending)

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Bluey Door (Single AMS Version) 4 spools = 7 colors (Parametric Blending)

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0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
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2 plates
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This Bluey Heeler was a project for my 3-year-old girl who adores the show (we love it too!). This version uses 4 colors and parametric blending techniques to get even more colors (6) in the final print by blending thin layers to create different shades. Thank you for downloading and happy printing!

 

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(Important note) Matte filaments do NOT work well for blending as they are much more opaque than standard PLA meaning they do not allow light/color to pass through.

 

Bambu PLA white

Polymaker Aqua Blue

Bambu PLA Basic Gold (you can get away with many different yellow/gold colors)

Bambu PLA black

Bambu PLA Basic Blue

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Great creativity to create more than 4 colors based on layering. Print came out great! Kids impressed!
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Printed perfectly. Kids love it!
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I printed great and was easy to mount.
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Easy and absolutely cool print! The blue PLA I had is a little to dark for what is needed here, but my daughter doesn't mind, she loves it!
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perfect
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Thanks! Kids love it!
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perfect!
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excellent print.
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came out great
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Dak was super helpful in troubleshooting! I recommend avoiding matte filament and using a lighter blue to start with. Great print.
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