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Autobot vs Decepticon

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Autobot vs Decepticon by tbm0115 Dec 23, 2012
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A 3D block of both Autobot and Decepticon logos.

I printed this with 5% infill, .15 layer height, and 3 shells on my Replicator 1 and it took 17 hours. I've fixed the model, so no more issues... hopefully :)

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Print with raft and supports
I typically do 5% infill
.25 layer height
2 shells

Design has small columns holding all pieces together so be careful when removing supports.

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How can you print this, nothing is holding it together. the supports must be very difficult to take off unless you have the dissolvable material. But the design looks great

Very carefully. My first print was as-is in the model. After that fun experience, I tilted it to one side with the Autobot's logo facing upwards, this minimized supports and made a secure base for the print. There are also small struts connecting all of the pieces to at least one other piece. It's a bit of a pain, but it's a really cool print.

When I put this into Slic3r it had a weird manifold error. Not sure what that means.

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