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Frankenstein's Monster with Removable Brain

by yeg3d, published

Frankenstein's Monster with Removable Brain by yeg3d Oct 20, 2015

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Summary

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

Print Settings

Rafts:

No

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

250

Infill:

8


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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supports for brain?

Nice work! Hello, what product do you use for paint it? the green is perfect! And how do you get the bright of black? thanks.

Your model has been featured as one of the Top Halloween models for the year! To see your model and other Halloween models search this in google and click on the first link: "3D Printing Ninja Top Halloween"

Nov 3, 2015 - Modified Nov 5, 2015

Hi, I just printed one out, and it is awesome. I'll upload a picture, once the brain is done.

Wanted to ask if you might consider hollowing it out, to turn it into a cup. Drinking cup that is

Thanks.

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This is cool. Got the head to print, but my computer is running out of memory on the brain. Any chance you could post a lower res stl of the brain? Thanks.

Lower res versions of the brain have been uploaded. Happy Printing!

Hey it's about time you did this.... LOL =)

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