Star Wars Flake Plate **UPDATED**

by Tez_Gelmir, published

Star Wars Flake Plate **UPDATED** by Tez_Gelmir Dec 3, 2014
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UPDATE: Thanks to mclambglass for his suggestion to thicken up the print for durability. I've added a 3mm thick version of the .stl file.

Star wars theme Christmas tree ornaments collated on one plate.

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Infill 100%
Layer Height 0.2mm
Number of shells 2
Feedrate 90 mm/s
Travel Feedrate 150 mm/s
Print Temperature 230c

This was printed with black 1.75mm PLA on mbot Rep2.


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can you please, if possible turn this into a .ai file (for laser cutting) PLEASE!!!!

Can we please have access to each of these separate? Otherwise what's the point?

You should have split them up or at least 2x2 so they would fit in a normal printer without the need to scale them down.

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anyway to get these in a 2d format?

Nah sorry, I don't have the vector files only the stl's. Except the stormtrooper one by LucidOne which he uploaded as a dxf: