by Mag-net Aug 18, 2018
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I am trying to print a smaller version of this figure to put on a clock, "smaller" meaning 8 to 11 cm tall, or 40-60% scaling. I've been able to print the figure, but the hand is giving me trouble at that scale. I notice that the hand is printed separately, and has two versions. Can you suggest any Slicer print settings (layer height, infill, support material, etc.) that would work?
I am using a Prusa I3MK3S printer with 1.75mm PLA filament.

I tried it at 50% and it did print, but at that size it stops looking like a hand. I used a brim, slowed the print speed down and used the .10 PLA setting on my Prusa. Best of luck!

Ok, thanks! I'll see what I can do with that. I'll also try 100% infill?

Is there also an alive version, because the body is amazing. I printed a version with a new head but i gave up at her left hand.

Sorry, just the dead version of death:( Just chop off one of my other models hands and glue it on???

Oh the things i'm gonna do to.... Wait i'm typing this. Nice model Mag-net!
Awesome to have pre supports in the model. Small hand (Giggle)

hello. Is yours painted?Face and hand on first photo looks so. I already finished printing on auroraA5 and it looks really nice. Thank you for great design

Thanks! Yes, I painted my model. The cape was painted black and the body was painted dark gray with some highlights.

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You are a hero for including pre-made supports.

чего-то формы аппетитные слишком для костлявой

che esta tienen tetas acaso es una mujer?... si asi lo fuera me gustaria que fuera mi novia jejejeje :P