Space Girl (28mm Miniature)

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Space Girl (28mm Miniature) by dutchmogul Jan 14, 2013
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"New from Utili-Fashions (a division of Circle-Tech), THE GUDRIDUR."

"For the ultra-moderne woman adventurer, this top of the line enviro-wear will take you nearly anywhere in the Multiverse, all the while maintaining the style and elegance to which a woman of your caliber is accustomed."


Designed in Sculptris and TinkerCAD:



Printed at a .10 layer height with 100% infill. Assembled with superglue and painted with model acrylics.

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Great model, is the rest of the stage set available? I found that a pause was needed between each leg to allow them to stiffen up, or a cooling breeze perhaps.

I might try printing multiples at once so each layer cools before the print head returns.

this looks like it could print in one piece, could we get the full model standing, please :)

Yeah, you got it! Just posted a full version here. I tried printing her this way a while back, both in 28mm and 54mm scale, but both came out lumpy. Thing is, I have a single extruder, so I can't work with supports, and from the look of the success you've had, this might just work for you. Be sure and post a pic!

Thanks, Will do

Haha, that he does.

Corporate Merc likes what he sees. :-)