Jabba the Hut

by cerberus333, published

Jabba the Hut by cerberus333 Aug 8, 2012

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Modeled in sculptris
and truespace 5


test printed 2 shells 0 infill

some top of model holes (typical on rounded top things)

I ran a big print using the accelerated settings.
2 shells 0% infill
pictures posted
adequate for my purposes
as with many of my models,
I do a follow up using ABS / acetone goop to fill in
gaps and small holes.
if you want to play with using infill and other settings you might minimize the holes.

I prefer the 0% infill and multiple shells.
My experience since switching to using the 0% infill
is far less issues with separation cracks, lighter objects
(therefore using less plastic) and if i go to 3 shells
the objects are really solid.

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