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The Pink Panther Woman!!!!

by januario, published

The Pink Panther Woman!!!! by januario Nov 1, 2009

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4h40 m
136mm

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I removed the pesky overhang in her right armpit to simplify printing, see http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/g... cut a piece out, smoothed the mesh, printed at 0 infill, 5 loops and .34 layer height, filled with candy. is januario the original author and if so why upload with all rights reserved and leave the stl up?

Most likely "curl". Try slowing the layer time or decreasing you hotend's temperature.

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Jaknil on Jun 2, 2013 said:

I removed the pesky overhang in her right armpit to simplify printing, see http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

glassfin on Nov 23, 2012 said:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/g... cut a piece out, smoothed the mesh, printed at 0 infill, 5 loops and .34 layer height, filled with candy. is januario the original author and if so why upload with all rights reserved and leave the stl up?

sniper4395 on Oct 11, 2012 said:

Slic3r 0.8.4, Printrbot, .2mm layer height and 30mm/sec printed well. Problem is the breasts came out looking like they are on shelves. Girlfriend said it looks like a sports bra. Any idea what is causing that?

on Nov 7, 2012 said:

Most likely "curl". Try slowing the layer time or decreasing you hotend's temperature.

buZztiaan on Aug 30, 2012 said:

I had a failed print, but it looks now to have been SUCCESFULL! wraaaaaa sugar!

laird on Jul 25, 2012 said:

Printed on Replicator at 0.1mm layer height, accelerated at 80 mm/s, using Skeinforge. I'm stunned at how fast it printed and how good it looked. You can't really see the quality in the photo, but I think I'll be printing at 0.1mm all the time now.

takigama on Jul 22, 2012 said:

And another one, this time at 100%, 0.1mm layer height, 0 infill and 2 perimeters (with support)... I found it quite amusing where slicer decided to put the support material (poor woman), and it goes all the way from front to back. The layers seem to get a little thin across the top of her breasts and shoulders and you can see some separation there, but doesnt seem to impact the print itself.

Took about 5 hours.

MichaelAtOz on Jul 19, 2012 said:

While I like all the lovely ladies here, why don't you use the I MADE ONE facility?

takigama on Jul 22, 2012 said:

I get a 500 when i try to use "i made one"... reported it a little while ago.

lincomatic on Jul 13, 2012 said:

ZyBot Mk1 75% scaling, .1mm layers, 3 shells, no infill in about 4hrs

lincomatic on Jul 12, 2012 said:

ZyBot Mk1 70% scaling, .2mm layers, 2 shells, no infill in about 1.5hrs

lincomatic on Jul 13, 2012 said:

Oops. 75% scaling

takigama on Jul 9, 2012 said:

M90 Derived printer, 50% scaling, and 0.1mm layer height... took about 2.5hrs and had an issue just as the neck, but she came out soooo magnificently

Fastphil on Jul 3, 2012 said:

I made one.

krummrey on Jun 23, 2012 said:

Made one with 123D Make out of polystyrol and plaster. It's about 15cm high.

pocketscience on Jun 13, 2012 said:

Printed 50% reduction at 0.2mm on my Printrbot. Came out pretty good!

simcop2387 on May 25, 2012 said:

Printed on my printrbot, ran out of height before it got to the neck so I stopped it early.

This was an early test with 0.4 layer height to see it actually print.

PxT on Apr 29, 2012 said:

Printer on a printrbot @ 0.1mm layer height

k1nc41d on Jun 13, 2012 said:

Great print. Did you use a fan when printing this?

garyacrowellsr on Apr 29, 2012 said:

Out-of-the-box Replicator. The only thing changed was to 0.1 layer height. About 9 hours.

dissident75 on Apr 24, 2012 said:

Printer on a Maxifab Fabber Prototype. Hollow .15 layer height, 3 skins. Full size.

Lochemage on Apr 23, 2012 said:

Printed at 0.5 scale in PLA with a single perimeter and no infill. I'm new at printing so I had some problems with some of the bridges near the top. Over all though, it's beautiful.

MakerCubed on Apr 23, 2012 said:

Printed on the new Bukobot in PLA at CrashSpace.org in Los Angeles...forgot how long (I think about 2.5 hours maybe), but was set to .3mm height 2 shells...didn't have time to wait for a 0.1mm print...Turned out pretty good for a prototype machine.

MakerCubed on Apr 23, 2012 said:

Another angle...

karandex on Apr 22, 2012 said:

0.1 layer height,45mm/s,0.5nozle,3mm indian abs.prusa2 parcan nozzle. time looooong about 5 hours. 2 parameter 0 infill

mark314 on Apr 16, 2012 said:

Amazing! Just printed... Layer 0.1mm abs on Prusa :)

tlalexander on Mar 28, 2012 said:

Does this really need an "All Rights Reserved" license? It would be nice to be allowed to make derivatives. I want to put stephen colbert's head on it!

tlrobinson on Mar 22, 2012 said:

I'm surprised no one has put Cobert's head on this yet.

brendonr on Mar 22, 2012 said:

I believe the license prevents it. I edited the model to fix the overhang that mess up so many peoples prints. But when I tried to upload it, it wouldn't let me due to the license.

brendonr on Mar 17, 2012 said:

Ultimaker PLA Low quality 5mm Fill, scaled to 1.3x for a height of 190mm. On slowest speed took around 22 hours to print... The little step in her waist was when i accidentally unplugged the Ultimaker after 10 hours. Quickly plugged it back in and forced the print to realign as best as i could while it was printing. Ooops!

hudbrog on Jan 28, 2012 said:

makerbot TOM mk7, sjfw, slic3r, 0.2mm abs

Moceri on Jan 9, 2012 said:

I make

Anonymous on Dec 28, 2011 said:

How do you guys get a smooth result?

Pointedstick on Jan 29, 2012 said:

Consistent layer alignment.

Anonymous on Dec 27, 2011 said:

This was my first try at this print. 0.25mm on Prusa 50mm/s average speed. I ran out of height to print the shoulders. Amazing detail. this was a fun print.

PacManFan on Dec 6, 2011 said:

.25mm slicing, 66% original size so it fit on my Thing-o-Matic. After a quick dip in an acetone bath, this lady is looking good.

AndyD on Dec 4, 2011 said:

Mine doesn't look as good, for some reason...

Iamstu on Apr 6, 2012 said:

Mine did the same thing in the same spot, except it was because a wire broke loose and my extruder cooled down enough it froze up.

*DONT_KNOW*

Jaknil on Mar 5, 2012 said:

I feel your pain! I have the same problem, time and time again, the right armpit overhang causes a blob and BAM! :'(

nycdesigner on Dec 1, 2011 said:

TOM MK7 0% fill 0.15 LH PLA

fabberworld on Nov 19, 2011 said:

Ultimaker high profile, at 40% size

hollie on Nov 18, 2011 said:

My second print on my Orca v0.3 in PLA. No infill, 2 layers perimeter.

somerwil on Nov 13, 2011 said:

Here's mine. Printed on the Ultimaker with Netfabb 'Standard' code.

Culain on Nov 11, 2011 said:

i made one too ^^

scaled to 80% to fit our Mendel.

Printtime ~2h

0.4 mm layer

with support (removed in the pic obviously) :-D

flouSH on Sep 28, 2011 said:

If you can't see the polygons on your print, you're not running an Ultimaker ;)

This print got an outer perimeter of 0.04mm (40 microns). More pictures here: https://picasaweb.google.com/1...

sparr on Jan 1, 2012 said:

If you can't see the polygons on your print, you might be using slic3r+marlin with arc detection :)

xnaron on Sep 17, 2011 said:

I made one

davidlvann on Sep 14, 2011 said:

Chopped that weird half head off to make the most of my 12 cm Z travel. Not too shabby with a 0.5 mm nozzle printing at 100 mm/s perimeter and fill. I should have turned fill off because it took 2 hours.

maakit on Sep 2, 2011 said:

Printed one in 60% size:

MShield on Aug 11, 2011 said:

0.60 scale on a Makerbot.

Sanded a little bit, painted with acetone, and then buffed with a rag.

flouSH on Aug 7, 2011 said:

My best print so far :) 0.17mm layer height + 0.085mm (half-layer perimeter) on the awesome Ultimaker. 7h print time. Stopped 1 hours before the end, because of a power outage :D

Video of the result here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

flouSH on Aug 7, 2011 said:

Some more photos of this beauty: https://picasaweb.google.com/1...

mattgam on Aug 1, 2011 said:

I agree awesome model. I printed it at 2/3rds scale on my BFB-3000 and it came out great

bgc_e6 on Jul 25, 2011 said:

it's a great model. Prints on CubeVector machine

Bradley on Jul 21, 2011 said:

This was my second print on the fabulous Ultimaker!

techknight on Jun 21, 2011 said:

Now that I have a Z-extender on my MakerBot Cupcake, I made a second attempt at this print and it came out very well.

RichRap on Jun 21, 2011 said:

Full sized on the left and Makerbot sized on the right

Landru on Jun 14, 2011 said:

Solvent Vapor bath FTW.

Erik on Sep 15, 2011 said:

Looks really good, a smooth result. 8-) How did you do this? I've been wanting to do this for a long time...

TeamTeamUSA on Apr 15, 2011 said:

Like Clouseau inevitably did, I stumbled upon the solution to the mysterious Pink Panther Woman. :)

http://www.3dcadbrowser.com/pr...

Mad props to Robert Lehmann who uploaded it on to 18 July 2008 to the 3Dclub UK website.

The original license isn't ARR, and the STL is the exact file, so the license here shouldn't be ARR: http://www.3dcadbrowser.com/te...

ccotter247 on Apr 2, 2011 said:

I made one!

rhmorrison on Jan 23, 2011 said:

Had to reduce mine to two thirds (0.66) times the normal size for my Mendel.

http://js-kit.com/blob/ebXCXNl...

Anonymous on Dec 24, 2010 said:

Boo for ARR license but took one hour and 45 with my settings on the ToM, mostly default settings. I also have no idea why its called "pink panther woman"?

SuperInfraMan on Nov 26, 2010 said:

I guess I'm a little late to this party- why is it called "Pink Panther Woman?"

Erik on Nov 18, 2010 said:

We made one too on our Ultimaker: http://picasaweb.google.com/er...

It's a hot model. Though you definitely see the facets of the STL at 21 cm height. Anyway to subdivide and smoothen it? Perhaps in blender? It took almost 5 hours at this scale, but it could probably be printed much faster than we tried!

sideburn on Sep 24, 2010 said:

printed one..

themitch22 on Jul 29, 2010 said:

Restrictive license so here's my print. Her back was drooping but I think if I lower the temperature it will be better. Its a really impressive demonstration of Makerbot capabilities.

mattproc on Aug 5, 2010 said:

Nice print! What speed and layer height are you printing at?

techknight on Jun 30, 2010 said:

Before you print this, try moving your Z-stage all the way to the top. After four hours printing on the MakerBot mine crapped out when the motors got a little grindy in the last 50mm or so

cyclone on Jun 6, 2010 said:

Plenty of other fish in the CCSA sea:

http://artist-3d.com/free_3d_m...

-b

TeamTeamUSA on May 23, 2010 said:

What's up with the ARR license?

I'd like to use it in an educational mash-up but the license as is, precludes it.

Here is the thing: http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

Go!

=ml=

Anonymous on Mar 15, 2010 said:

Here it is printing on rapman, sliced with netabb engine basic
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

danielkschneider on Mar 15, 2010 said:

Duplo brick for grown ups (Pink Panther woman with a DUPLO base (http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... printing (Rapman V3.1 and PLA)
After a first unsuccessful attempt I added a raft.

danielkschneider on Mar 15, 2010 said:

I made a little mod. I am just learning how to use a RapMan.

DUPLO for grown ups :-P

So far, only got a small test version printed. The real thing is in progress (had to abort twice because she moved, now I am trying with a raft).
Documented here: http://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en...

Batist on Feb 2, 2010 said:

I can't click 'I made one', so here is a picture: http://www.flickr.com/photos/b...

mattw on Jan 10, 2010 said:

One of our first PLA prints!

Anonymous on Nov 24, 2009 said:

Love it :)
Printed a small version.
More pics: http://picasaweb.google.com/er...

jrombousky on Nov 6, 2009 said:

This is so awesome, I am printing it now. With a fill ratio of .05 its basically a hollow shell, and estimated print time of 1 hour 48 minutes. it should be strong enough for.... sitting on my desk and looking pretty.

letsburn00 on Nov 3, 2009 said:

What was the build time for with fill rate?

glen on Oct 25, 2010 said:

2 hours 19 minutes using no fill with PLA on a heated build platform.

Conrad2468 on Nov 2, 2009 said:

Provocative much?

Anonymous on Nov 2, 2009 said:

art much?

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