Low Poly DireWolf - Game of Thrones

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Low Poly DireWolf - Game of Thrones by NathanSquire67 Jun 10, 2014
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A low poly direwolf from Game of Thrones, remixed from a low poly tiger.

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Apr 21, 2016 - Modified Apr 21, 2016

I scaled it 0.64 using the up software and printed it with my up+ the print was OK but when i was removing the raft, 3/4 of the feet came of, then when i tried to take the support near the tail, the tail snapped. It was probably user error due to me scaling it and the setting i have.

Otherwise this model is really nice and i love the edges, but i also wish that it had something for the eyes

I love this design but I just realised the very first layer of the STL is kinda weird. Instead of printing the entire footprint of the feet, it prints only about 10% of each foot, then prints 100% of the footprint in the 2nd line. This can lead to some issues with the print sticking to the printbed, as well as the bottom of the file not having a nice finish.

I wish I could fix this, as I really love the model, but unfortunately I have no idea on how to edit an STL file in that way. Any help anyone?

Most plater apps (like Simplify3D or Cura) allow you to adjust the model before printing, and one adjustment is the Z-axis offset. You can make that negative to sink the model slightly below the bed to clip off some of the non-flat part of the feet.

Just scaled it to 1.3 times it's size. Bout to print with my UM2, Cura telling me 25 hours and 8 minutes with support. Will be my biggest print by far. Wish me luck.

can that be changed to make a 3d print if so how?