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Dreadnought MK II

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Dreadnought MK II by Garin Jul 29, 2014
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Cover photo printed/painted by MatttKing.
http://www.thingiverse.com/make:117487

Other parts:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:313661
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:182984
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:314259
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:326694

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is the Dreadnought.stl file printable with full supports?

Hi I'm new to 3D printing, and I was wondering how many spools of filament would one need for 2 of these?
Love your design! You are very talented.

One spool should be enough to print 2 of these with tons left over.

You do know everyone here is making their own 40k models without GW right? GW is not gonna be happy.

hi , may i knowhow you joint all part ? glue ?

hi,
Hello,
could you update the left arm, please.... thanks for your amazing jobs....

Hello,
where is the left arm / hand ?

but thanks for the rest :-)

Woops, Guess I forgot it when I updated the part last month. It's up now :)

There is no exhaust system when printed as pieces. I printed out the one from the Mk1, but it doesn't fit (the piece doesn't come out far enough from the back of the body, and gets stuck on the shoulders. Can you add the STL you used?

Also, compared to my Helbrute (the GW version) this guy looks tiny. Is that by design? Or should they be printed so they are roughly the same height?

The pack I used was included in the description: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:326694
As for the Size, I printed it at the same height as the original GW Dreadnought (A direct comparison is shown in some of the pictures) A Hellbrute is actually much larger than a standard dreadnought, but if it looks really tiny, your slicing program may use a different scale than mine.

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How do you print the legs?

I got the best print with my legs printed upside down with supports. Using ABS at 230/110 with 100 micro layer height, on a Prusa i3 at 30 mm/sec, and sliced by Cura 15.01. The right arm guns came out best when printed with gun barrels pointed down. The left arms best when the shoulder was flat with the build plate and the barrel pointed 60 degrees up.

Horizontally with the front facing up. .09mm res with a .15 noz diameter.

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