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Waddle Dee

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Waddle Dee by CCHSDRAFTING Jan 2, 2013
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Cute little Waddle Dee from Kirby video game.

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This is my first upload. I hope it works!

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Printed this on my schools printer and it worked great

Thanks for the model. I printed one for my daughter, who is a big fan of the Kirby games. It is a little tricky to print. His belly and butt are fairly severe overhangs, which are hard to print. I manually set a WoH of 350% on a 0.2mm layer height. The results were pretty good. I might try to push the WoH further (since that allows for greater overhangs). Doing that reduces X/Y details, but the details on this guy aren't so tiny that I expect they would get lost. It also might work better with a bigger layer height.

I did a few more prints. The best settings I found were 0.3mm layer height with a 240% WoH. With those settings, the overhangs were not a big problem, and the print turned out quite nice. That was using 1.75mm PLA through a 0.35mm nozzle.

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