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Miniature Queen Anne Wingback Chair

by PrettySmallThings, published

Miniature Queen Anne Wingback Chair by PrettySmallThings Jan 5, 2012

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Summary

A 1:24 wingback chair to add more seating to your parlor set.

Building a Makerbot Playset? Scale the chair up by a factor of 1.5 to get them into 1:18 scale.

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For a single color print, use the print plate provided. Print without a raft.

To spice things up, print the legs and body separately in different colors. Chair body and back legs print best without a raft, the front legs require a raft. Print two legs of each type by using the multiply option in skein forge.

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This is a great model. Instead of the print plate, though, it prints much better if the tops of the legs are oriented down, with a brim added.

Please please tell me how to resize it to fit 1:12 scale

This may be the perfect object. My favorite print ever.

Glad you like it! Thanks for posting your photo.

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