Animation-ish girl

by MakiYoshida, published

Animation-ish girl by MakiYoshida May 14, 2010

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This model is the girl like a character in a Japanese animation.
This data was made for Stereolithography system that I made before.
These models in pictures was outputed by Cupcake CNC and polished up.

Note:This High-Polygon sample is NOT made with CupcakeCNC, This sample is made from nylon powder with laser sintering.


Each objects aren't separated. Therefore, If you want to make this model using with Cupcake CNC or RepRap,
you should do breakup and adjustment the data that it can be easy to make.
Unfortunately, I don't have a plan the separated model data to public at this moment.

Note: Separated data is now uploaded.
If you will print these separated data, you have to turn on "Support material option" on Skeinforge.
You can print out these model, However, These are some missing polygons on these data.
Also, to put together, you have to sand down from lump of plastic or cut off some un-expected shape.
It's realy hard I think...

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Successfully one-pieced it on a Replicator 1. About time...

So cool, that's definitely what I'd be doing with it. How difficult is the plastic to work after it's printed? Worse than resin, or easier? Which plastic did you use?

These were printed with ABS. It seems to be worse than regin for sanding. 'cause elastic and easier to melt by frictional heating. I hard to keep the sharp edges during post working.

Very impressive break down and use of support layers. ! fantastic clean up job on those objects, looking forward to seeing more stuff from you.

If you could put together a zip file of all the sub parts, that would really help others make it!

It looks like you did some post processing? Did you sand it down?

A very high-quality set of models, even if it does need some printability work!