Santa (lawn ornament style)

by cerberus333, published

Santa (lawn ornament style) by cerberus333 Nov 18, 2012


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Old plastic lawn ornaments are becoming less popular.
This is an homage to a bygone era.

Modeled in sculptris


size as desired.
it does not need infill or support
i just started using PLA!
i printed him with 2 shells 0% infill
230 degrees
prints really fast at the size i did
a good candidate for demoing the printer and giving a
"santa" to the kids hot off the press!

looks like a blown glass item in the clear PLA

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I really like this one but I still don't get what a shell is even though you tried to explain it to me before. :(  I am only used to infilling but you said you had zero infill and 2 shells so I am really lost now.

BTW, PLA hates, absolutely despises outside.  Get one good wet season and/or one out season and that sucker melts.  I know it does in the Southern USA summer heat where it gets to 37c to 40c every day (sometimes more) with good humidity too.

 umm shell is same as perimiter is slic3r (i think)
and yeah i wasn't looking to put outside, just made a
model of the old plastic blow-molded ones from years ago.