The Simpsons House

by Bubolz, published

The Simpsons House by Bubolz Nov 16, 2015


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The Simpsons house! 3D print house model of the most popular family on television! Model faithful to the original design. Articulated doors (front, back and garage) and removable roof

The project has small parts, before you start printing make sure your 3D printer is well calibrated, especially in relation to extrusion factor.

Use PLA for all parts.

The project does not require supports via software.

Windows and door frames have supports incorporated in STL, and can be identified by a tab added to the support to facilitate removal.

Minimum bed size 20x20x10, and maximum nozzle diameter is 0.4mm

Printing the windows.
0.18 layer height
Speed between 20 and 40 mm/s

Printing the bay windows
Keep this piece rotated 45 ° on the table
0.18 layer hight
Speed between 20 and 40 mm / s

Printing doors
0.18 layer hight
Speed between 20 and 40 mm / s

Printing hinges
0.18 layer hight
Speed between 20 and 40 mm / s - 2X

Printing the roof
0.2 layer hight (or less if you prefer)
Speed between 40 and 60 mm / s

Printing walls
Between 0.2 and 0.3 layer hight
Speed between 40 and 60 mm / s

Attention! You can print all windows together, but will get better results if you print each one individually.
Print necessarily all small parts with a layer height of 0.18 mm (no more or less) to ensure the removal of the supports easily

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To print this 100 times bigger, hmmm :)

Is there a way where I can edit the piece to split it into two, so it can fit into my printer?

I printed one, congratulations on the work! It's very cool.

Some suggestions:

  • The windows file, could have the exact amount of all windows or make the STLs available individually from each window;

  • The built-in brackets of some parts, especially Bay Window and door frames, were difficult to remove the bracket. Maybe if you make the file available without the media, it would be interesting. The windows, for example, if the outside is printed on the table, would not need support ....

Soon the photos :D

Are the doors and windows fixed with glue ?

No, they are not. Just remove the built in supports and then you can snap them in.

Glad you enjoyed! When possible, let me see the result!

Amazing how the parts fit. I printed one and love it, thanks for sharing. I will definitely add to "I made one" (soon as I can make a photo :) )