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Pink Panther Woman

by odudex, published

Pink Panther Woman by odudex Nov 23, 2012

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Just would like to publish it, and since the "Made one" feature is not working on original I published as a new thing.

The real thing: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1216

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 thank you!

It's Ultimachine Gold PLA, bought from http://makergear.commakergear.com

where did you get that shiny gold plastic?

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where did you get that shiny gold plastic?

It's Ultimachine Gold PLA, bought from http://makergear.commakergear.com

 thank you!

The "original" has an "all rights reserved" license.

It is unknown whether or not Januario had the authority to upload it to thingiverse in the first place.

Here is the same thing uploaded in 2008by Robert Lehmann to 3D CAD Browser;

http://www.3dcadbrowser.com/preview.aspx?modelcode=18771http://www.3dcadbrowser.com/pr...

Well, since I'm did not upload any stl I believe I'm not breaking right(please correct me if I'm wrong!)

My comment was for informational purposes only, not to accuse you of any wrongdoing. 

I got you, thanks! I just asked because I really don't understand too much about legal rights

What gcode generator did you use? Layer height? Speed? Material type/source? Printer? Looks good, the overhangs printed particularly well. Personally I prefer the look of non-random layer changes, imo it looks a little less like a defect that way.

FWIW I found that at 0.33mm layer height some of the extreme angles on top looked a bit rough. I have done really good prints at 0.1mm layer height, 4 shells and 0% infill on my Prusa.

I used: Slic3r 0.94 0.28mm layer height 35mm/s speed Ultimaker Golden 1,75mm PLA Makergear M2 Printer http://www.makergear.com/products/m-series-3d-printershttp://www.makergear.com/produ...

Yes, random start point creates this noise, but it almost disappear with thinner layers and 2 perimeters. This was a fast print

Printed with 1 perimeter and no infill

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