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Twilight Sparkle Subdivided for Smoother Prints

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Twilight Sparkle Subdivided for Smoother Prints by Angus Apr 26, 2013
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The raw .obj for the MLP collection from KP-ShadowSquirrel are a bit too jagged when printed... I just stuck them into sculptris, subdivided once and exported. Prints much smoother now. :D

Scale and orientation is totally off... rescale using your preferred software or print interface.

All original credit to: http://kp-shadowsquirrel.deviantart.com/

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I am having trouble printing this. I've tried a few orientations and supporting configurations. I find that things like the locks of hair, the most posterior part of the tail, break off during printing, at a point where they approach a point where they join. Is there a minimum size that works, I've been doing about 8cm tall. I think I'll try lying on its side next.

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