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Mane 6 models MLP: Fixed and Sliced

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Mane 6 models MLP: Fixed and Sliced by MacGyver Jul 22, 2012
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I'm slicing the ponies up so you can print them without support.


Print without support and then glue the pieces together.

So far Pinkie Pie is in the most pieces. Rarity is being very difficult to slice up with all those curls.

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this seems a little, um. gory.

They are Franken-Ponies! Put them together anyway you like.

Pinkie pie head part 1 is a gcode file.. Mind posting the stl file?

Sorry about that. I'll post it as soon as I get home later.

The new part is now uploaded. Thanks for letting me know about it.

Thanks alot!!:)

Thanks! I've been playing around with support settings to see if I can get them to print whole. Support seems to need some kind of raft because the support keeps pulling up.

I had tons of problems trying to get them to print with support. The models are so delicate I kept breaking them. I learned just today how to slice them with Netfabb Studio Basic.

Keep an eye out because I'm currently slicing more ponies!