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Reindog Ornament

by christinachun, published

Reindog Ornament by christinachun Nov 23, 2013

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Summary

I turned this guy into a Reindog! He'll hang best with a wire or secure string looped through the hoop I added on his collar.

Separate files are available for those who wish to print the antlers separate and glue them on.

He's about 3 inches tall, 1 1/2 inches wide and 2 inches long.

Instructions

Printed on my Afinia H-Series 3d Printer. Printing him with these settings takes about 2 hours.

Quality


Normal

Resolution


0.20mm

Part Settings


Angle: 30 Deg
Surface: 2 Layers
Fill: Hollow

Support Settings


Dense: 2 Layers
Space: 10 Lines
Area: 3mm
Angle: 30 Deg

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What support did you use? Are those pillars or mesh support prints?

Prints had auto generated support from the software.

well done! very cute. Can you tell me how you get this that smooth? Is it ABS with Acetone?

Thank you! This is actually straight off the printer with no acetone finish! I didn't apply much smoothing to the antlers when I added them on so those are lower resolution than the dog himself. However, I've found that natural ABS just prints nicely (in my opinion). I have brushed on acetone on just a plain dog (no antlers) and it was very smooth.

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