Castle Bracelet

by dutchmogul, published

Castle Bracelet by dutchmogul Dec 25, 2012

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A bracelet! With a castle on it! (Trumpet sounds)

The regular size is rather large, but I've found the that 70% scaled down version (included under downloads) should be closer to a small.

-Dedicated to Laurel


Printed this at a .20 layer height with 10% infill, 2 shells, and a 210 extruder temp. Painted with acrylic model paints (on the outside only).

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My wrist is apx 1.25 inches across and the 70% scaled version barely fits. My recommendation is to scale it to 75%-80% for women's wrists. The 70% is closer to a child's size.

My girlfriend will love this but true, it is even way to big for my wrist ;) --> maybe put something into the description ;)

Done and done! I included a 70% scaled version, as that's worked when I give this as a gift, but it should be easy enough to scale it up and down to fit your needs in whatever coding software you use.

printing this at 80% for my wife's dainty wrists. Solid infill (?). Tell you how it comes out in 5 hours...

Haha, yeah, the default is WAY huge, Actually, I made some for my sisters at 70% and that worked out really well, but I bet 80% should be close to that.

I really like the design, but the finish makes the piece really shine. Well, not literally but it's beautiful. :)

Hey, I appreciate that. Its actually a really simple paint job. One of these days I'll post a tutorial video on painting 3D prints rather than just talk about doing so ;-)

What a beautiful paint job!

Thank you very much! I decided that leaving the inside bare PLA was a good call.