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3DPrintedAspie

MLP Based Unicorn (Easy Print No Supports )

by 3DPrintedAspie May 12, 2017
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Looks great, easy print on my Ender 3 Pro with PLA. Cura added a support under the chin, but I don't think it was needed. Thanks.

Would love to see someone remix it into a multi-color / multi-material version.

Beautiful work. Thanks! My girls will be very happy tomorrow.

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Thank you, my daughters love them. I printed them in 100% and 80% in PLA and they look great, it's really a easy print.

Have just printed the unicorn and I'm really excited. No infill needed. 0.2mm layer height 2 shells. Printing Time 1:45h.
My daughter will love it when she sees tomorrow. Thank you for sharing it with us. Hope you do even more such a great things.

Very nice. I too the liberty of importing your stl into meshlab and simplifying the mesh. I would be happy to share how to do that with you as it slices much faster. Its black magic !!!!

If you mean Decimation I try not to use at as much as it Triangulates the Polygons and causes more Problems than it fixes.

If it is another way then please do share I love Hearing about new Magic. :D

No, its a bit more complicated than that. I have worked out with 2 specific filters how to simplify a mesh (with iterations) in steps without affecting the overall structure. Its a bit like blurring in photoshop in gradual steps. I generate lithographs that come out initially at 100mb plus, but using the methodology in meshlab, reduces to around 12-13mb (they are in my designs). There is zero difference in print quality.
BTW, utterly brilliant design ! I have no artistic ability, and my 10 year old girl brings your pegasus (I printed one) everywhere !! Thx

WOW I love Hearing things like that I'm Glad you and Your Daughter enjoy my Models.
This is why I create Art and share it for Free if even I put a Smile on One Persons face I have done my Job.

Thank you for Sharing and I'd like to know more about this Technique.
My Email is 3DPrintedAspie@gmail.com I look forward to hearing from you. :D

Awesome design - daughter loves it

Thank you I'm hoping to have a few more out soon.
Thanks for Sharing your Print. :D