Ark of the covenant (Indiana Jones inspired) Sliced to print
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First off Thanks to cerberus333 for designing this for me. I appreciate his hard work.
I've sliced this thing into several smaller easier to print parts. It should print easily on a 120x120 print bed.
NOTE: I uploaded a new bottom because I found a problem where it wasn't printing flat. Please download "Ark Bottom NO Feet Fixed.stl". Also I reuploaded all the files because I spelled "Ark" wrong.
I printed everything without support except the cherubs those I printed with exterior support (I should have printed them with 0 shells because I believe they would have come out a little better).
Everything but the cherubs were printed with 2 extra shells with 10% infill without any raft or support.
Print out the lid parts and glue them together with your choice of glue, I used super glue. Then find some "poles" maybe chopsticks for the lifting rods.
I used Bulldog Adhesion Promoter http://www.amazon.com/automotive/dp/B002GUGH04 I orginally bought it use on my cars bumper cover but it works great on ABS. The paint is RustOleum metallic gold.
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