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Hairy Lion (dual extrusion)
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I had a new idea that it would be really interesting to print lion's mane with flexible filament and the body with normal filament. I think that it would look really good and it would also be interesting to touch.
My concern was, that the wall made of flexible material wouldn't be able to stand and support the mane. So, I split the model in 3 parts: body, mane and wall.
"Hairy_Lion_dual_flex.AMF" contains all three parts.
"Hairy_Lion_dual_flex_part1.stl" contains only main body.
"Hairy_Lion_dual_flex_part2.stl" contains only lion's mane.
"Hairy_Lion_dual_flex_part3.stl" contains only sacrificial wall.
Wall and main body are supposed to be printed with normal filament, and lion's mane with flexible filament.
"Hairy_Lion_dual_x.STL" contains both main body and hairy part with sacrificial wall (stl file might be problematic if it doesnt fork, try amf file).
"Hairy_Lion_dual.AMF" also contains both main body and hairy part with sacrificial wall.
"Hairy_Lion_dual_part1.STL" contains only hairy part with sacrificial wall.
"Hairy_Lion_dual_part2.STL" contains only main body.
Models are crude and aren't perfect. But I hope it will work well enough.
This is only for 0.2 mm layer height.
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