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Apollo Astronaut (The Original)

by MaxGrueter, published

Apollo Astronaut (The Original) by MaxGrueter Jan 20, 2014

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Summary

READY TO PRINT!
APOLLO ASTRONAUT // DETAILED SPACE SUIT

Other 3D Objects:
https://www.shapeways.com/shops/grueter

Instructions

Printer settings:

  • Filament: PLA
    Layer thickness: 0.25mm
    Extra skins: 2
    Max. print speed: 0,7
    Infill: No
    Infill in direction of bridge: No

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Hello! Just curious how you were able to determine this to be the best orientation to print so it wouldn't need supports? Thank you!

I have been trying to print this 2 times and all parts model has delamination. Try to use other speed but it didn't work.

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i have been trying to print this 4 times so far.. it appears the supports are too thin and they end up moving during the print. there are also some issues with the backpack early in the print. hopefully someone else is having the same problem and knows how to fix them because this would be an awesome print!

Worked great here, the supports are not too thin, but of course you can't print too fast when they are close to their max height. And as soon as they are connected, you can increase the speed.

Great model! Thanks!

Awesome model, tried to print in ABS on my rep 2x but the head support had problems from minimal warping I believe, a model with more sturdier supports would help. Thank you!

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