Frankenstein's Monster with Removable Brain
by yeg3d, published
This Halloween, print Frankenstein's Monster. Remixed from our original model, he now has updated bolts, stitches, and a removable brain! You can even use his head as a chip bowl for your Halloween party.
Original single print model here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1057510
Notes:Make sure to cut off the bottom in your slicer to ensure a flat bottom. Make sure to print with some support to guarantee bolts do not droop. Also make sure your model has at least 8% infill or more to guarantee there are no holes in the top. Head Printed on a Type A Machines 2014 Series 1 3D Printer Printed with Natural Clear PLA from 3D Solutech Printed with support, 81 degree overhang angle Printed with a brim, 20 lines 250 microns (0.25 mm layer height) 305 mm Height (12 inches) 40h Print Time 0.8 mm Shell Thickness 7% Fill Density 80 mm/s Print Speed 0.4 mm Z hop when retracting 265.73 m of filament used 230C Print Temperature Brain Printed on a Type A Machines 2014 Series 1 3D Printer Printed with Natural Clear PLA from 3D Solutech Printed with support, 55 degree overhang angle Printed with a brim, 20 lines 250 microns (0.25 mm layer height) 140 mm Height (5.5 inches) 20h Print Time 0.8 mm Shell Thickness 8% Fill Density 80 mm/s Print Speed 0.4 mm Z hop when retracting 140.26 m of filament used 230C Print Temperature Sliced with Cura Modeled with Z Brush
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