0.4mm, Kossel mini, white PLA
Thanks for sharing! I was curious what it would look like in FDM. I'm posting a second file now that's 2x the size to hopefully make FDM printing easier. If you find a better size that works, let me know. Or better yet, you can post it as a variant and get credit for optimizing the print.
Hey MacPara, I hope you don't mind, but I'm going to make an example out of your print here for new 3D-printer owners.
For anyone looking to take on this print, you'll notice a bit of the detail didn't come out in the final print when compared to the stl. This is because the original design was intended for an SLA printer at much higher resolutions, and on a standard FDM printer with a 0.4mm nozzle diameter, the walls need to be at least 0.4mm for that particular section to show up in the toolpath. Much of the detail on this model (e.g. the sideburns) is thinner than 0.4mm. You'll notice that increasing the scale of the model will slowly give rise to more and more detail as the thin walls approach this threshold. A lot of the time when discussing FDM printers this limitation is overlooked, and the more attractive z-axis resolutions like 0.1mm are advertised instead. Not a huge issue, but just be weary!
Nonetheless, great print!
Sure, that's why I uploaded the picture. I've noticed this fixation on the layer resolution and ignoring that this is not the only factor affecting the small details of a print. You don't even have to print things to see the effect. Just look at the preview in Slic3r ...