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THWOMP! by geeksmithing Dec 1, 2016
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This is a model of a Thwomp that is made especially with molding him in silicone rubber in mind. This will allow you to make cement castings from the mold!

He has gone thru several iterations adding draft angles and bevels to some problem areas.

See the following video to see the end result!
Cement Thwomp Build Video

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Finishing the model with SmoothOn XTC-3D definitely helped reduce the print lines for casting.

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there is an easy way to get cement out of a 3d printed mold. Just put it into the oven, I had the same problem and solved it with heat. :)

To protect the electronics, you can also use Plstidip or Kontakt Chemie Plastik 70 (a plastic sealing spray).

Do you still have the .stl-files from the first mold?

I did take a heatgun to in when trying to remove it, but that would have been a good idea! :)

I have a spin off project video coming that is related to that first stl and I will upload it at that time. :)