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Pelican from Halo

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Pelican from Halo by DrewPetitclerc Apr 9, 2013
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I found this on Googles 3D Warehouse made by: Warsock on April 18, 2007,

http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=deb16e66a3c421c78817d0e721f3a4f0&prevstart=0

I downloaded and fixed a few bad surfaces, then printed it on my "UP Plus Pro" a 6.5 hour print.

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2 days ago - Modified 2 days ago

117% is full size (ie 1:1 scale) so you can base your calculations for scale off that. eg 1/72 is 1.625%. That will still need scaling down to fit on most print beds, though, at 400mm in x!

1:144 (0.81%) will fit on a 200x200 print bed at a 45° angle. If it doesn't, tweak your raft / skirt / brim settings until it does.

Model is waaay too big. Requires scaling.

I printed it standing on the front tip and i was suprised over how well-detailed it is! :)

Could you not print it upside down and save a lot of filament?

Maybe, but I did not design this, I state I found it on another site and just passed the STL along for others to print.

O.O scrambles to find green filament online

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