Baby Marvin Groot

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Baby Marvin Groot by Colefredd Mar 19, 2017
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Number 2 in my Marvin mashup line. Introducing Baby Marvin Groot!

I printed in Hatchbox silver and just used a brown sharpie to color Baby Groot.

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For some reason I get a gap in his head when slicing with Slic3R. When I use 0.1 layer height the gap is between layers 180 & 181. If I use 0.2 layer height the gap is between layers 91 & 92. It is like the top part of his head floats above the rest of the model. Even when I scale it up the Slicer still seems to float the top half of his head.

Cura seems to slice it fine, but I have yet to tweak my settings for Cura. Basically things don't print right for me with Cura yet.

Anyways... This has to be a issue with Scli3r. I have no idea what is causing it.

what have you created?

A masterpiece! haha