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TriSkullQuadraClops Candy Dish

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TriSkullQuadraClops Candy Dish by infamousriz Oct 14, 2016

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Summary

Improved on original TriSkullQuadraClops by hollowing it out and slicing off the top. I'm going to fill it with rockets, sweet tarts, and Halloween gummies.

Print Settings

Printer:

Original Prusa i3 MK2

Rafts:

Yes

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

300µ

Infill:

Setting dosent matter, walls are .9mm thick


Notes:

Printed with supports, little were generated inside the skull bowl because the top was removed.

Post-Printing

Step 1:

Remove from raft and clear raft remnants. Lightly sand if necessary.

Step 2:

Remove supports.

Step 3:

Use heat gun conservatively to remove any sign of removed supports/raft.

How I Designed This

Used Mesh Mixer to hollow the model and cut the top off.

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Oct 27, 2016 - Modified Oct 27, 2016

I just printed this out and it seems the eyes are at a different scale as the head. I checked the files in this project and the one it was remixed from and everything is the same size. I didn't see anything in the instructions about having the scale the eyes, but seeing there are some makes and no one else saying anything about this problems, I'm guessing it must be something on my end.

EDIT: And now I see someone else had reported the problem about 9 hours ago. I had started this message before I went to work and didn't refresh it before I sent the message.

Thanks for looking into infamousriz.

Oct 27, 2016 - Modified Oct 28, 2016
infamousriz - in reply to ElmoC

I have uploaded some new eyes, you could also scale the originals to 70%

The dish printed small around 100mm and the eyes were way to big. Maybe the skull auto sized to my build area.

Oct 27, 2016 - Modified Oct 28, 2016
infamousriz - in reply to jkins

I have uploaded some new eyes, you could also scale the originals to 70%

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