Lamborghini Aventador (clean)

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Lamborghini Aventador (clean) by mekmekmek Mar 26, 2014


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Done as promo.
from ~1k fragments to 2 hulls

don't take lambourghini_aventador_starting_point.stl
it's in here so you can see what i have done.

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Does not print correctly. Shifts print over a 1/4 inch after about 2 hours of printing.

shift print is user fail not a mesh problem.

I used Simplify3D to export the gcode and it was printing great and never came detached from the hot bed, so I'm not sure what would have caused the shift.

can you make a hollow version

hm, probably.
but actually its not trivial to make it real good. So there are easy ways to get the same result. Most Slicer can handle this for their own. called something like VaseMode this works pretty well. Or just set infill and bottom_layer_count to 0.

what slicer you use ?

Oct 21, 2016 - Modified Oct 21, 2016
mekmekmek - in reply to ninjararstudio

more or less ;) take small nail, a tong, a lighter and improve.

Renders in S3D. Looks printable.