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Andybx

Deer Decoration - Printer Friendly

by Andybx Nov 12, 2018
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Designed a custom base for it and then added some leds. With a circuit python to add a fade effect. Love the models.

Love the lighting is the any chance you could pm me the instructions on how to make it...electronics are me weak point!

when printing with filling about 8% put inside the back of the model a few metal nuts. now the result is a stable model.

when printing with filling about 8% put inside the back of the model a few metal nuts. now the result is a stable model.

У этого лося морда тяжелее всего туловища, он падает вперед...

Fun print, this was my first print with TIANSE wood filament, I used the same settings as the prusa filament and it came out flawless. Very cool.

After several attempts to print the small "deer" (kept having one of the legs shift during the print) i finally got it to work, but unfortunately it's top heavy. Head too big for the angle of the legs and all it does is fall on its little face.

Great idea, but not gonna risk the medium and large only to have them end up the same.

Would you please be so kind to post design file, i'd like to split it to make it even more printer friendly without supports....

Yes, those are moose or elks. Also they are all males, except for the juvenile. Maybe scale up the small one for a female.

You scale it up with your slicer.

Hi thanks for the question...yes just scale it up in the slicer but be careful of the infill as they are top / nose heavy

Looks a lot more like a Moose than a Deer.