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Porsche 911 Turbo

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Porsche 911 Turbo by Kidlatj Aug 25, 2012
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Found the model online, cleaned it up and created an STL of it.


No support needed, completely hollow. I printed mine with a .3mm layer height, I will try it again with a smaller layer height once I finish setting up my printer with a smaller nozzle. I suggest a using a fan. The wheels are in a separate STL I just drilled holes in them and mounted them with nails, My plan was to model the axles but I got distracted. Because It was imported the model isn't perfect so don't be too surprised if your g-code crater complains about it a little. The side mirrors have a removable support.

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my opinion: cut it in half, so you could print it vertically in two parts / needs polygon divide

The base is a hot mess of plastic. Item not providing enough base-print to be successful.

I had a similar problem. I tried to print it on two different 3d printers and it turned into a plastic blob that clearly confused the printer. Needs some work!

Yea, it is not originally modeled to be printed so it is not a very clean print and might need some babysitting especially at the start.

How close is the scale for Pinewood size?

The width is the same as the block thickness, (1-3/4") if you were to mount the regulation wheels to the outside of the body (and filled it with led) it would work. It would likely need to be scaled up a little though and the wheel wells modified if you want the wheels to fit inside the wheel wells. The length is about 4.5"