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A zelda object. Designed in Sketchup by Scott L., a grade 11 student.
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We weren't sure if we could get away with "no support". Our bridging is okay but the biggest gap is slightly over 1cm.
The one pictured was printed using ABS Plastic on a Replicator G with 2 shells, 220 degree print temperature, no support, and a 40% infill.
We also tried another print with 1 shell and 225 degree print temperature and it turned out to look approximately the same as the 2 shell lower temp. print.
We did have an issue with the bridge and a few filaments fell away, but after trimming them off it still looks pretty good overall.
Update: Tried a variant of the shape and printed using glow in the dark ABS with 15% infill, 1 shell and 225 degree print temperature. See extra images. This one solved the bridging problem.