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Star Wars Logo

by jcarolinares, published

Star Wars Logo by jcarolinares Dec 31, 2016

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Summary

After the FPGA Wars alternative design: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1987537 some people ask me for the original Star Wars design.

This design is formed by two divided pieces. Perfect for geek's houses!

You will need black and yellow filament (or just use acrylic paint). I used the "stop at height" Cura plugin to change the filament to yellow. With the original file I reccomend to stop at height 27 mm (with a total height of 30 mm)

The result in my opinion is very cool, hope you like it!

Print Settings

Printer:

Prusa i3 bq Hephestos

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.2


Notes:

You will need black and yellow filament (or just use acrylic paint). I used the "stop at height" Cura plugin to change the filament to yellow. With the original file I reccomend to stop at height 37 mm (with a total height of 40 mm)

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Hello, I'm showing a total height of 30 mm. Your description says 40 mm. Just an FYI....

Hey! Thank you so much for your comment! You are right it said 40 instead of 30. Solved ^^

Hello, I'm showing a total height of 30 mm, your description says 40. Just an FYI.............

how long does this take to print? I'm new to this kind of stuff

Hi, I can not say you a real time because it depends of a lot of factors, your 3d printer, the Slicer connfiguration...

Just download the model and open it in a software like Cura to know your time.

Thanks for the comment! :)

This is an awesome print if you have black and a little yellow. Looks great, Thanks
See some of my other Star Wars prints: http://consultingjoe.com/3d-printing-star-wars-characters/

You are welcome

Glad you like it

what paint did you use?

No paint. I used two filaments. You have all the details on the the description.

Hope you liked :)

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