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*Reject* Federation Starship

by deathscrowbar, published

*Reject* Federation Starship by deathscrowbar Jan 2, 2013

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This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://tinkercad.com/things/h3ZPSgKWD7G

The second I think will be easier to print, but you will need some wire cutters to remove some of the support rods

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Its so cute!
Thanks, I have tried using a fundraiser site but figured it be better not to talk about it with guys who have printers since all I can offer on the site is 3D prints after I raise money, but yall can print this stuff any time. I will get to you though.

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Dismembering the ship and design it so that you e.g. can connect the parts after printing.
Watch on youtube a video of a 3D printer.
Use the keywords: RepRap, Prusa, Mendel, ...
You need a 3d-Printer to understand ;-)
The bars are too thin, you does not need to to care about the bars, because the Slicer does it automatically.
The ship must be printed in parts, and then assembled.
Install Slic3r to understand what happens to the model.
http://slic3r.org/
Id probably agree on needing a 3D Printer, but Im 16 and am going through cancer treatments so no job to make money to buy a printer...
Ouch! I'll see what I can do with it. Send me your address!
Thanks, I have tried using a fundraiser site but figured it be better not to talk about it with guys who have printers since all I can offer on the site is 3D prints after I raise money, but yall can print this stuff any time. I will get to you though.
ok guys Ill get to it
Your items are great, but can only be printed with support material.
If you created your objects so that they have a large contact surface and little overhangs, then people will print it.
Tell me if anyone prints one of these guys, I make these models but do not have a 3d printer to use to see them come to life,
There wont be many who could print this, as it would use endless material for support. You cannot print anything mid-air with an FFF style reprap.
True, but this ship has no flat surfaces at all. It could, perhaps, be cut into pieces that could be printed without support, then glued together. For example, the primary hull, the engine nacelles, and the secondary hull, could each be split into two pieces. That would be some work, of course...
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