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1:24 Wicker Furniture Set

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1:24 Wicker Furniture Set by PrettySmallThings Oct 11, 2012

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Summary

A chair, chaise, loveseat and matching table for decking out any 1:24 environment.

If I were to tackle this set again, I'd reduce the depth of the seats, reduce the curvature in the front legs, and take a second look at the angle of the arms. The finish in the arms is a little loose in this print due to overhangs that are a too severe. I had some print defects in these prints, but overall am pretty happy with how they came out.

**Update 8/26/13 - Added two more variations of the chair - one with a shorter seat, and one with a short seat, and less width. Source file included.

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Files are ready to print - chair, sofa & chaise have discs under the legs which should help with adhesion. Table should print upside down. Rafts unnecessary.

Source files in the zip are (messy, messy) DWGs.

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Everything you do is fantastic... love it..keep up the great work

Hi there PrettySmallThings, I was wondering what kind of speed settings you are using to print this, also when I printed this the legs of the chairs came out really thin, how wide are they on your prints?

Im asking cause im wondering if there is a problem with my slicing software.

Good work and thank you.

The smallest diameters in this design are .85 or .9mm, and I'd bet the chair legs are 2.5mm-3mm.  I think I originally I used my replicators defaults of 45mm/s speed and 55mm/s for travel.  I've also printed it accelerated with sailfish since then - set to 80mm/s, but I doubt I'm reaching those speeds.

Real problem with the design is the towering tiny diameters - if your retraction settings aren't spot on, the design won't reproduce well.  

That's incredible! 

Amazing work. I have only use Slic3r. Not sure if I could
get the bridging to run along the axis of the wicker supports. Do you mind
sharing what extruder diameter and material you used?

I have a Replicator 1 - 1.8mm ABS & .4mm nozzle.

Print wood now - with tree rings! LAYWOO-D3 mm filament
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 I agree.

Killin it.  These are awesome.

Wonderful design and execution.  I really like that you design these things to not require support!

If you don't mind me asking, which design software do you use?

I am way too impatient for support :)  

I use autocad - simply because I've been using it for a decade for other purposes and own a copy.  I'd eventually like to master a mesh based program, but for the time being, when I need to do a design quickly AutoCAD is the go to.

Um, OK. Wow.

I like how the pattern left by the printing process looks like a weave on the cushion. The medium and the process have become part of the art.

Lovely prints. Great work.

Just fantastic, your designs will be the standard for a very long time.

Another beautiful model, nice work!

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