Cute Darth Vader

by zacleung, published

Cute Darth Vader by zacleung Feb 17, 2017


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Cute Darth Vader 3D Model
Mother file and Tutorial: http://www.portionstudio.com/model-bar/cute-darth-vader-4

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3D Printing service: Portionstudio

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has being removed, can you upload it again? and also, is there a model with the helmet separate?

wow it is really so cute and i like it ,
thank you very much .
wish you good luck to do everything.

I tried to print this - it's a very difficult print. Unfortunately the helmet broke when I was removing it from the plate.

This is wonderful - but I was wondering, is it possible to separate the helmet so as to print it separately?

This please.

This is totally the Stewie Griffin-Version of Darth Vader from the Star Wars Pardies of Family Guy, love it


How do you print this figurine, as orientation speaking? I tried to print it with the feet up because of the helmet and after the first layers were put down i observed that something is wrong. The printer started to print the helmet and raise couple of layers and then started to print the head in the middle but in mid air. Any idea how can I print it?
Many thanks in advance!

hi, please make it laying down.

Hi Zac, I put it in Cura laying down as you said but if I check the layers, the feet and the back of the head does not have support. I modified the overhang angle of the support to numerous values, the feet gets support but the head don't. :(
Any suggestion that might help is welcome.

May 8, 2017 - Modified May 8, 2017
Priext - in reply to gabimal

Confirm that your support setting for support placement is not "touching buildplate" and is set to "Everywhere"

Thanks for suggestion Priext, I'll try like that !

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Just so you know, not getting your facts right is also "kinda a dick move".

Apr 3, 2017 - Modified Apr 3, 2017
zacleung - in reply to snellejelle99

hi snelleijelle99. First of all, i am really the original designer with the solidwork file with steps, i have posted this ORIGINAL DESIGN in different 3D Website so as to promote my own Design Company. Secondly i don't see this is a proper tone and attitude to comment on a designer, we respect all the designer. Thirdly if you find that we have copied any things from the web, please provide evidence for it. I am Zac leung from MagnanDesign. Thanks for your comments.

Apparently medelis says he made it (which I highly doubt) and is selling it to his patrons now

Apr 19, 2017 - Modified Apr 19, 2017
scobo - in reply to zacleung

Well, that shut him up !

would you print it the way it look on the photo or?

The photo is only rendering. There are some people who has already made this. You could check it:)