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TanyaAkinora

Dancing snowflakes

by TanyaAkinora Nov 21, 2016
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Thank you for your designs. How can I 3d print in two colors? Do you have the designs in two parts?

Thank.
I print with filament change.
I painted with nail polish some snowflakes!

Thank you for your response.
Is it possible for you to post the snowflake as two separate .stl files? Or maybe include separate .jpg's?

Regards,
-B

Do you want to print the snowflake and the ballerina separately and glue them together?

That's what I was thinking. Or would it be possible to print the snowflake first, change filament, and then do the ballerina? I'm new to this technology - REAL new - my first printer is supposed to be delivered tomorrow. Plus it's a kit. So I may be a little while before I can print stuff out.

If you are new to printing, then I advise you to print a snowflake in one color and then paint it.
Next, I will tell you how to change the filament during printing, if your printer allows it.

Best regards
Tanya

I think my printer will allow for a filament change. But when I look at the preview in Simplify3D the design doesn't allow for that.

Thank you,
-B

You start printing.
Printing 12 layers. Stop the printer (pause) and change the filament. Then, start the printer again.
It's simple.

I love these,
Could you make them Figure Skaters instead of Ballerinas??
My niece is a Figure Skater, that why I am asking :-)

Thank you. Maybe you have a figure skater?

Nope I am not to the point where I am creating stuff.
I was hoping you could just put skates on the ballerina's feet :-)

Oh no. It must be a new design!

I added a figure skater in a collection of snowflakes!
Merry Christmas!

Would be perfect printed with a phosphor filled filament.

I agree! But I do not have it now)))