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Articulated Christmas Toys

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Articulated Christmas Toys by bqLabs Dec 2, 2015
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Summary

A Christmas print.
To decorate your house for the Christmas season we offer three jointed figures. They are printed at once without any additional support.
Have fun painting them!

More info: http://diwo.bq.com/bjd-figura-articulada-navidad/

Author: http://www.soniaverdu.es/

Print Settings

Printer:

witbox and Prusa Hephestos

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.2 mm

Infill:

15


Notes:

if you want to paint, recommend printing to 0.1mm

Post-Printing

To break the supports turns his head
Elf is necessary to first remove the supports of the chin, then turns his head

Painted with acrylic paint modeling

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These are absolutely the best. Great design, great print, great job!

Wonderful thank you

I made papa noel at 150% scale, painted him, and made a time lapse video! Check it out.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPUDn3zX-mg

These are truly masterwork. Really great little examples of what can be done with 3D printing. Just fantastic!

My only complaint is that, at least for me, I have not got the arms to move. My two theories are that the body exterior collapses slightly towards the edge onto the ball pivot. The other is perhaps the support for the arm in the inner part of the model is too rigid? I'm just learning so any thoughts are helpful.

Really fantastic models, though. This has made many friends jealous of my printer!

Un travail d'artiste BRAVO, c'est super

What infill pattern did you use?

Yeah, I saw that value in the description... What PATTERN? Concentric, hexagonal, rectilinear?

I use rectilinear, but I think hexagonal could be better

Greatly appreciated! Happy Holidays!

What paints did you use for painting these? Looks really good.

nail polish its cool to paint it

acrylic paints for model from Warhammer ^nh

These are amazing.. Ive printed one of each and will probably print more... just haven't had much luck with the deer... his head keeps snapping off... and the legs on santa are far superior than on the elf.. not sure why???

What speed did you print the elf at .. I am having problems with the print failing at the point where the head pin starts to form.. it seems there is not enough of the little supports to hold onto the arm ball sockets and the neck ball socket when they start to print.

You are a true artist that really knows how to design for 3d printers. I am amazed. Great work, and thanks for sharing- printing these for use in a Gingerbread house competition as part of the scene.

It's so cute!!
I love your design!!^^

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