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pencilpot-monster

by animaag, published

pencilpot-monster by animaag Sep 22, 2013

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small pencilpot-monster for keeping your pencils and pens in the office or on your schoolkid's table. You can poke pens into monster's eyesockets as well!

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Has anyone tried printing this with a Prusa or another RepRap?
What fill pattern do you suggest?

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Has anyone tried printing this with a Prusa or another RepRap?
What fill pattern do you suggest?
it never occurred to me that someone might want to print it without the infill at all
Argh! Printed this with 0 infill and the inner ring would try to print mid air :( You could have made it fair easier if you would just support the inner ring at the bottom a bit so one can print without infill. Printing without infill: 6.5h vs. 7.5h with 2.5% infill.
it never occurred to me that someone might want to print it without the infill at all - i used 25% infil las a default and printed just fine
You hardly need infill for most things. Through the outer shell it is stable enough to hold. I print most things without infill and it makes a big difference regarding printing time.
I add you pencil holder to my iphone theater might act as a speaker i hope the monster is so cute
Hi all, i will upload higher resolution stl file when i get a chance, cheers!
Printed one.. quite nice, there's a little filament hanging down inside the eyes and upper lip. However using Skeinforge there's 2 places of layer shift, right above the mouth and about 75% through the eyes.

I tried a Netfabb repair but no dice. I'll just sand it anyway, as I plan to acetone dip it anyway.

Ben
Would you be able to upload a higher resolution STL file? The facets are showing up in the print with the current low res file. Great model by the way!
no need for supports.
Any supports required when printing?
Thanks! It was modelled in modo and exported to stl in c4d
I'm printing one right now in (at 50% to test) .2mm height in Gun Metal Grey PLA so far it looks awesome will post when it is done, thanks for the great design, what did you use to make it?
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