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Raptor Reloaded (Full Plate)

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Raptor Reloaded (Full Plate) by InfiniteMonkeysMakers Sep 24, 2015

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Summary

This are single-plate build versions of e-NABLE's Raptor Reloaded, optimised for the Ultimaker 2 (and any other FFF printer with a square build plate). This model is scaled at 100%, and can be scaled up to 150% on the UM2.

UPDATED 29 January 2016: In response to some requests, I've added pre-scaled versions at 100 to 150%. The original files and the 100% files are identical.

Print Settings

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.2 mm

Infill:

35%


Notes:

Best printed in PLA with 2 shells (0.8mm based on 0.4mm nozzle diameter). Quality and strength will be greatly enhanced by a fairly slow print speed — 40-50 mm/s is recommended.

Do not add any supports — the design has all needed supports and allowing your slicer to add more will most likely block the hollow line runs critical to proper operation.

The settings above will result in a full print time of about 14 hours on a UM2. Scaling up to 150% takes approximately 40 hours per print.

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How do we determine which one to print out of the 100, 110, 120, etc?

Thanks!

Awesome, exactly what i was looking for :)

Any thoughts about doing them in two sections the gauntlet and some fingers, and then another file with the palm and the rest of the pieces, with it split into two files it should be able to be scaled to 155, or 160 on a regular sized build plate :)

FYI: I believe there may be an issue with the scaling of the 140 Left hand file, it's smaller than the 130 and 120 left hand models.

Thanks for the heads-up. I've resized the 140 Left and updated the file.

Would the 150% hand be big enough for an adult? I'm looking for hands for Servicemen and Women.

It depends on person of course, but probably not. The largest hand I've printed was for a early teenager and was scaled to 1.55 and was too large to be printed on one plate. If you haven't already done so, I strongly encourage you to sign up with Enabling the Future -- they have all the info (and help!) you'll need to succeed.

http://www.enablecommunityfoundation.org/get-involved/build-a-hand

I am already signed up with them thanks! thats how i found you. Unfortunately all the hands there seem to be children sized too. I understand how helpful those are for kids but i live very close to a marine base and i'd like to help.
Your hands look awesome BTW

Good work!

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