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Snork

by trobok, published

Snork by trobok Jun 13, 2013

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Snork is designed in a way that no support is needed. He is also hollow so less plastic is used but print time is a bit longer.

If you do teleport him into reality please #trobok on instagram or tag me on facebook so I can see, would love to see him pop up around the world :)

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This timelapse should bring you joy. I hope you upload more cool stuf!!

goo.gl/cZtueN
Hey Thanks so much for fixing!! :) Very kind of you and yes please go ahead with using him for anything ;)
I lowered the poly count a bit and fixed the model using cloud.netfabb. You can add this as a "low poly slic3r friendly .stl" It took a couple hours because I am not very familiar with blender but I REALLY like the model. I will post my print when it finally finishes. Also, would you mind me timelapsing the model on my kickstarter (with attribution of course)? dropbox.com/s/bg374zb6q745qa2/Snorklowpoly_fixed.stl

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<p>I can't get it to slice in Slic3r properly.... can you upload a fully healed version? Slic3r is having trouble with the bubbles.</p>

<p>Hey Injoi, Yeah i have heard from some people that other slicing apps cannot do it. It works fine in makerware for some reason. I am not too sure how to heal it... any suggestions?</p>

injoi - in reply to trobok

<p>I lowered the poly count a bit and fixed the model using cloud.netfabb. You can add this as a "low poly slic3r friendly .stl" It took a couple hours because I am not very familiar with blender but I REALLY like the model. I will post my print when it finally finishes. Also, would you mind me timelapsing the model on my kickstarter (with attribution of course)? https://www.dropbox.com/s/bg374zb6q745qa2/Snorklowpoly_fixed.stl&lt;/p&gt;

trobok - in reply to injoi

<p>Hey Thanks so much for fixing!! :) Very kind of you and yes please go ahead with using him for anything ;)</p>

injoi - in reply to trobok

<p>This timelapse should bring you joy. I hope you upload more cool stuf!!</p>

<p>http://goo.gl/cZtueN&lt;/p&gt;

<p>Most excellent! Dig the character design. I'll have to print one. Well done!</p>

<p>Thanks! Big fan of your work!</p>

<p>Starting printer, ETP: 2:49</p>

<p>Not how I remember the Snorks at all. :-)<br>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snorks&lt;/p&gt;

<p>I really like the creature/character style. Please do make more!</p>

<p>Hhahaha, I should make a skeleton of one of those to put next to him. :)</p>

<p>Thanks! i will do!</p>

<p>Printed at 2x size with 0.06mm layers. Looks awesome!</p>

trobok - in reply to Daid

<p>Wow! Wow! Looks so good! Love the yellow :) Very nice print! 0.06mm!</p>

Daid - in reply to trobok

<p>The Yellow is yellow from Ultimaker. 0.06 is no problem for the Ultimaker actually. Does take a very long time to print. I just let it run over the weekend, no idea how long it took.<br>Amazing model. At 1500k polygons it was quite a good test for my new Cura slicer. But after slicing I HAD to print it, looks just so awesome.</p>

trobok - in reply to Daid

<p>Wow, so cool! Yeah my models starting to get a bit heavy, need to decimate them a lot more. I printed one as big as my rep1 plate and it took 23 hrs at 0.1mm. Thanks for the feedback, really appreciate it!</p>

<p>My print was a replicator 2 </p>

<p>Looks great! Thx for the print! :)</p>

<p>Very nice, I like the style.</p>

<p>Thanks Andreas!</p>

<p>NICE!!! i dig it! What printer did you use to print it ? came out great!</p>

<p>Thanks!! :) I used a makerbot Replicator 1. 100 microns :)</p>

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