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Yoda Pumpkin head

by wontonotnow, published

Yoda Pumpkin head by wontonotnow Oct 5, 2015
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Summary

Mashed up yoda and a pumpkin from
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:41194
and
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:60728

using Rhinoceros 5

Ears came out really long and very thin when I shrank the model down. Printed at .3 mm with support.

Print Settings

Rafts:

Yes

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

.3

Infill:

10%

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everytime i try to download something and move it to makerbot it says it is too large would you like to scale it to fit. When I do that it prints weird. i get loose stringy filament. i tried it various masks. ANY clues?

I scaled it down and added a ".thing" file to download/try. Hopefully that will help, in case the scaling in makerbot is causing the issue. What version of "Makerbot Desktop" software are you using? I'm using 3.7.0.108 . If yours is older it may be a bug that they've since fixed. With this model I used both a raft and support.

Whahaha that's a funny mix, thanks!

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