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Elephant Cloth Hanger

by Jun0, published

Elephant Cloth Hanger by Jun0 Sep 10, 2016
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Summary

Voronoi Low Poly Elephant is perfect for hanging kitchen cloths, scarves, and more

Try it in sandstone >> http://bit.ly/2dkhs0z

Print Settings

Printer Brand:

Ultimaker

Printer:

Ultimaker 2

Rafts:

Yes

Supports:

No

Resolution:

100

Infill:

25

How I Designed This

Designed in Cinema4D

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Great model! Do you have any suggestions for how to mount it to the wall?

Thanks! A nail will be fine, or you could try gluing a magnet to the flat back ; )

Wait.. what? No supports? How do you orient it for printing?

If the voronoi is properly made and sliced ;) it's printable without support, I suggest a raft, especially if you're printing without heated bed. If you do have the chance to print with PVA or any water soluble support, that's the best way ;)

I'm printing with a heated bed using Simplify 3D, can't find a way to orient it that will work without supports. Unfortunately only have single extrusion.

Nov 16, 2016 - Modified Nov 16, 2016
Jun0 - in reply to kain0rer

Nice, with simplify3D you can set the support infill to 5 and it'll be fine, be aware of retraction, it's a hard model for the printer ;)

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