xenomorph Pretorian (cut and supported)

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xenomorph Pretorian (cut and supported) by FelisDraconis Feb 25, 2017
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Remixed and upscaled the original model to be printable on FDM printers with nozzles 0.4/0.6 size or less.
Model is cut in 3 sections with added supports and is supposed to be 40cm on longest side (head to tail)

Edit: Fixed the missing supports, sorry, please redownload.

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no rafts, brim 8mm

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Love the look of this model :)

I printed the upper body and the supports were really difficult to remove - took over a hour to get them all off and left significant marks on the model. I doubt I'll print the rest unless changes can be made to the meshmixer supports.

Yeah, looks like it really needs to be redone =(
Gonna test a few other options with those supports then