Rudolph 3D printed in a Christmas Decoration

by imaterialise, published

Rudolph 3D printed in a Christmas Decoration by imaterialise Dec 22, 2010

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Some thought it was an elk initially but no, this is none other than Rudolph cozy in his 3D printed Christmas decoration home. We gave these 3D prints as gifts to customers and now we want to share the files with you.

Part repeatedly tested and printed in SLS polyamide.

Designed by Nicolas de Jaegre.

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Ive printed the decoration 3 times...Never has the moose came out right..2nd print was my fault put 1 and 3 the back legs never got formed....
Would of been Awesome.;;;[;[;[;[;[

What are your support structure settings? I made a first print with full support as the dangling elk can't be printed in mid-air. But the final support structure proved to be extremely difficult to remove. The object in itself is very delicate and it was almost impossible not to break it in the process.Any tips? Thanks.

Tip: buy a SLS printer, this isnt printed with filament.

Looks incredible 8-)