Jack Skull Lantern

by cerberus333, published

Jack Skull Lantern by cerberus333 Oct 13, 2012



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Jack Skull Lantern


Printed using 2 shells and 0% infill
i used replicator accelerated settings
80mm/sec .27 slice
weighed 27.7 grams at the size i posted.

it gets quite a few gaps on top at those settings
i do post fill-in with ABS/acetone 'goop'(thick as white glue)
i will be putting a light inside so the no infill is my preference.
(not to mention the low plastic use and quicker print time)

you can probably eliminate the gaps by either
using infill, or more shells

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Do you have a resource on making/using acetone goop? I know about acetone smoothing but this is the fist mention I have seen of something called goop.

It is merely the mix of acetone and abs to the viscosity of an Elmer's glue.

How is it used? There some videos showing it? I hot acetone vapor smooth many parts. Just wanting to learn something new here.

I use it to fill in holes and I also use it to glue Parts together

Thank you. A hole filler would be nice. How do yo use it? Do you paint it on? Do you dip parts in it? Do you wipe it on with a sponge? Rub it in with your finger? I am asking what the process is for its use.

Trying to google abs goop turned up nothing very fruitful related to this subject. Goop is too general of a term as is abs. I am willing to do some reading or watching, I just need a reference to get started. So any links or videos would really be appreciated.

I don't have any videos, the way that I do it is I usually take a q-tip and dip it into the Goo and then dab it on. Wait a few seconds and then wipe it off with a paper towel. Repeat as necessary. Allowing a few minutes to dry between applications. I have filled some really large holes using this process. I recommend using a failed print or a raft to experiment with to get the hang of the process.

I think there is a big niche of this hobby
for folks to paint models.
years ago i recall ceramics being made and hobbiests would
paint them (glazing) and have them fired.
I use acrylic craft paints which i followed up with a spray on
clear enamel.