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Just finished a 13 hour print of this model at .15mm sliced via Simplify3D. I have a couple of tips to save you some effort:

  1. Print this at 100% infill. I printed at 25% and the front bezel is just so thin that it will snap easily if you use anything less than 100%. You will be putting a lot of strain on the front bezel whenever you insert/remove your watch.
  2. Make sure you use supports. The base of the insert is raised up on tiny feet. The front case is also raised up. I would suggest a 10% infill on your supports... there will be a lot of them and they will be hard to remove if you take your support infill % is too high.
  3. There is an open slot where the handle is on the top of the outer casing. Be real careful about how much support prints in that cavity as it will be really difficult to remove. I was so focused on the bottom of the models, that I missed this cavity on the top.