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Remeshed and Decimated Hulk model from Designer X3RPM

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Remeshed and Decimated Hulk model from Designer X3RPM by Doodle_Monkey Dec 20, 2014
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I was browsing through the Thingiverse and saw a cool Hulk model. I also saw that recently a couple of users had issues with printing so being nosey they way I am, I check it out. There were in fact mesh issues that needed to be sorted so for what it's worth, I think these files should work much better. They are decimated and watertight free of errors. Also because they are more efficiently decimated it won't kill your software or slicers as badly as the original.

Also, I flattened the feet and separated the body from the base so you can stand the Hulk on its own.... theoretically.

Original file is here:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:421887

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is it me or you scale the figure down like a ton.... when i put it in Cura it only had it at like an inch tall if that

Feb 23, 2017 - Modified Feb 23, 2017

Great job !!!
I dont know why but my CraftBot struggles with the printing of the hands. The supports arent good enough. Anyone an idea how to fix it?

@Doodle Monkey. I got a Replicator 2X with makerbot. Are you saying that the Simplify3D is a better program to use for printing? I'm not very impressed by the makerbot program so any improvement would be nice =)

Yes, Simplify3D is a MUCH better program for printing. You pay for it once and it's not that expensive for all that it does. It really lets you modify EVERY aspect of the print. More than you will even want to modify which is what you want really. You can interactively create, remove, modify the support structure. I really do recommend it. I use that and Autodesk Mesh Mixer (free) to prep my models for printing. Simplify3D also has presets for Replicator 2X which gives you a great place to start from. If you want, I can post print file for a model you want to print or just IM me and I'll email you a file made from Simplify3D for you to print to see if you like what it generates. I like the program THAT much:) They really should make a trial version, but they don't.

can you post a file with the supports added? I am not sure how to add them...(I am a noob)

I use a program called Simplify3D. I highly recommend it. I've heard lots of people complain that there is no trial version for them to try out. All I can say is that sometimes you have to just jump into the unknown. Otherwise before that I just used Replicator G and MakerBot Desktop software(if you have a Makerbot) to generated supports and G-code for printing.

If you want, I can generate a print file for you for your printer with the support structure. I just can't export support structure out of Simplify3D because you normally wouldn't need to. What printer do you have?

Hello.
i read your reply to jabu32 and i want ask u if possible to send me the file i have a makerbot replicator 2 or a zortrax M200.
i have the same problem i am new in 3d printing domain and i dont know how to add supports.
you can send it at [email protected]
Thank you

I looked at your profile and you had listed that you had a Prusa i3 so I went ahead and made a gcode file for that printer out of Simplify3D. Feel Free to give it a try. It's medium res, 15% infill, 2 wall thicknesses, with support and raft structure.

Let me know if it works for you :)

May 7, 2015 - Modified May 7, 2015

Awesome file printed great with arm supports .Printed in ABS

Mar 26, 2015 - Modified Mar 26, 2015

It printed perfectly for me, although in PLA it's a bit rough, i'll try again when my ABS arrives!

I can't seem to import this into SketchUp, is there something wrong with the stl file ?

Hello,

How to keep the arms?

Thank you so much for this

I tried to slice the original and yes there was some issues and I gave up printing this most interesting model, did not have the skills to repair it - thank You much for Your time!

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