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Stormtrooper Key Fob

by muzz64, published

Stormtrooper Key Fob by muzz64 Oct 25, 2015
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Stormtrooper Key Fob by muzz64 is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Summary

The 'Sormtroopers Key Fob' design is based on the new look Stormtroopers from the 2015 Star Wars movie 'The Force Awakens'..

Small and simple two colour print... just pause your machine twice during the print to change from white to back then back to white. Allowing fro a 1mm Raft, start your print with white filament then change to black at 2mm (approx. 37%) then back to white at 5mm (83%) for a two coloured print as shown in the images provided.

The 'Stormtrooper Key Fob' is the same both sides so is reversible (i.e. Not just a flat underside/back). At standard size it measures 30mm high x 25mm wide (excluding the key ring part) so it doesn't use much filament, prints quickly and doesn't make your key chain bulky.

Note: If you like this check out all my other fun and practical designs..

Print Settings

Rafts:

Yes

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.20mm / Standard

Infill:

3 Shells / 35% infill recommended


Notes:

Allowing fro a 1mm Raft, start your print with white filament then change to black at 2mm (approx. 37%) then back to white at 5mm (83%) for a two coloured print as shown in the images provided.

Raft recommended but no support required/

If no Raft used change the filament at 1mm / 4mm through the print.

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Tried twice to print it. Using simplify3d for gcode. Print stops on second perimeter 4mm offset....any one have any ideas?

Sorry to hear you're having issues with this print. They print well for most people. I have to think it's your slicing app not dealing with the fine detail adequately. There are a couple of things worth trying... Rotating it in your slicing app will change the tool path so may resolve the issue or scale it up 3-5%. I hope this helps.

Aug 6, 2016 - Modified Aug 6, 2016
Youngjedi - in reply to muzz64

Thanks, tried moving it around, and slicing again. My setting is layer height at .15 I will try some more settings like increase scale a few percentages. I get the exact same result with both my Pegasus 12 and my Makerfarm 10. It prints the 2 offset skirts and then just stops. I did notice my servo abl is getting jitter from this print. That doesn't happen on any other prints. I turn the Servo off if no command after 300 milisecond

Update...

Got it. I bought the layer ht to 50 microns. That worked.

Pleased to hear it worked out!

Would it be ok to print this out and sell it?

As a private thing on Thingiverse so far no issues with this... if you start selling it you may find Lucas Films / Disney would take a somewhat different view. I used to have a really cool R2D2 one piece print posted with moving top and wheels but that was removed due to "potential copyright infringement". I wouldn't recommend making them available for sale...

Ok, thanks.

made a 2 color version for myself and put it in remix

This made a great gift for friends and takes around 20 minutes to print with the thickest layers (390 microns) and 100% infill. Thanks for sharing

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