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Skull with Pointed Teeth

by akaziuna, published

Skull with Pointed Teeth by akaziuna Oct 7, 2012

Description

A cleaned and repaired scan of Halloween prop skull with pointed, vampire-like teeth on both the upper and lower jaws. The scan was taken using 123D Catch and is avaliable here in raw form: 123dapp.com/obj-Catch/Skull-with-Pointed-Teeth/859975

This scan is featured in the "Scanning in 3D" chapter of Getting Started with MakerBot : shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920026723.do?

Also appearing in Make: Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing: makershed.com/Make_Ultimate_Guide_to_3D_Printing_p/1449357377.htm

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Very nice print without support ..
I made one with high gloss treatment. accidentally i got the marble look green color. the high gloss also pretty well
Ah - I didn't realize LAYWOO-D3 was commercially available:
thingiverse.com/thing:30552. Now available in 1.75mm: 3dprintergear.com.au/Wood_Filament_1_75mm_p/wood175.htm I can't wait to try this out.

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Instructions

The pictures show the scan printed in yellow Ultimachine PLA.
Print temp (extruder): 210
HBP: 50
Layer height: .25mm

If you are using PLA on a Replicator, print using the default settings (with the modifications stated above) without acceleration. Although it makes for a very long print, I found that the layers on the top of the skull came out better (were more uniform) if I printed at the Replicator default speeds.

UPDATE: I find that printing this with 13% infill and three extra shells works well when printing this at larger sizes. You may want to reduce the number of shells if printing it a very small scale.
Very nice print without support ..
I made one with high gloss treatment. accidentally i got the marble look green color. the high gloss also pretty well
I made a small one in wood at 40% scale on an Ultimaker at 230C with 10% infill. Nice.
Awesome! I would love to know how it was done. How did you print it in wood on a Ultimaker?  What did you use?  Did you make the filament or buy it somewhere?  
Ah - I didn't realize LAYWOO-D3 was commercially available:
thingiverse.com/thing:30552. Now available in 1.75mm: 3dprintergear.com.au/Wood_Filament_1_75mm_p/wood175.htm I can't wait to try this out.
Who much weight is it?
Around 114g when printed with around 25 -30% infill.  However, my kitchen scale used to weigh the moedl is not completely accurate. 
Is support necessary?
No support is necessary.
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