Shiver Me Timbers Benchy with Adjustable Sails

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Shiver Me Timbers Benchy with Adjustable Sails by Ramblin73 Apr 25, 2018

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This is not meant to be a diagnostic test for your printer. This is a remix of 3D Benchy with a Pirate ship theme. It was a difficult print as supports are crucial in this orientation and because my settings where a little off, supports where difficult to remove from the backs of the sails. Sails printed in this orientation to strengthen mast poles.Good luck to you.

Update 5-1-18 Uploaded ship and sails as separate files for printing.

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The print will require some hands on after printing. Removal of supports from behind the sails was difficult due to my setting, maybe you will do better.. I printed the sails in this orientation to strengthen the masts. Mast holes might need a needle file as mine were a little tight. Good luck!

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The ship alone is missing the holder for the front sail. Missing a ladder as well.

Corrected. Thanks for the heads up.

Happy to help. It is a nifty looking design.

Can you split this up so I can easily print the parts in different colors?

Ship and sails available in separate files.

Can this ship stay on the water?
It seems that the center of mass is too high.

She is not seaworthy. Flat bottom is meant for dry land. If you look at the print from the back there is a hole that is from the original 3D benchy design. She will float but probably not in the orientation you would like.