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3D Printed DUCK.3DS

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A pouet pig would be awesome :)
added on the 2013-10-12 14:12:04 by xeron xeron
sandstone? how big is it?
added on the 2013-10-12 14:27:30 by xernobyl xernobyl
Accuracy and resolution of objects depends on the type of extruder and assembly quality of printer. Everyone usually goes by layer height. Factors for resolution on a Prusa i3 using Magma Nozzle:

00.05 mm layer height on high
15.00 mm mechanical resolution X
15.00 mm mechanical resolution Y
00.80 μm mechanical resolution Z
03.00 mm filament diameter
00.40 mm nozzle diameter

more duck pr0n:

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@Exin: I had to make the bottom part of the duck filled and flat. I edited all vertexes on the bottom to be the same Z.

@Inopia: duck.stl

Where to download the pouet pig 3D model?
from here (I think it's complete)...
added on the 2013-10-12 22:50:31 by FunGas FunGas
Nice thread. I just made a pig just for fun.
There are no textures. Just the triangulated shape prepared to print in pink.
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download here
added on the 2013-10-13 01:14:50 by ham ham
Note that DeadDeer supports the .STL format and have a function of nurbs from any mesh to fully rounded mesh.
http://deaddeer.free.fr/
added on the 2013-10-13 10:32:09 by Bartoshe Bartoshe
All chessboard pieces in Crystal Dream 2.
added on the 2013-10-13 19:35:28 by rudi rudi
xernobyl: about 20 cm
added on the 2013-10-14 09:22:52 by jaw jaw
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added on the 2013-10-14 11:15:54 by Inopia Inopia
Voxelduck!
added on the 2013-10-14 15:23:01 by ham ham
there's a better pouet pig model done by nanook/roman cortes, iirc!
I have a version of the original 3D pouet pig here, but I am sure there was a version of this with more polygons. I think it came from the 'origins of the pig' thread.
added on the 2013-10-15 01:06:30 by fizzer fizzer
It was posted here originally, but the download is now gone.
added on the 2013-10-15 01:24:06 by fizzer fizzer
added on the 2013-10-15 01:29:05 by fizzer fizzer
Here we go:
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Printed using glow-in-the-dark PLA, with a flashforge 3d printer. Shortly after i took this photo I accidentally dropped the pig and it the pigtail broke off, GRAH. :)

There's still some leftovers visible from the supporting structures, as I printed it tail-first, looking upwards, with full exterior support. The mouth came out really nice this way:
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added on the 2013-10-16 00:24:28 by red red
Awesome! =D
added on the 2013-10-16 00:42:27 by fizzer fizzer
Nobody wanna print my pig? OK. First and last.
added on the 2013-10-16 01:06:50 by ham ham
what about painting it using spray paint ?
added on the 2013-10-16 09:58:31 by Tigrou Tigrou
fabulous! :D
added on the 2013-10-16 10:10:56 by raizor raizor
@Inopia: cool duck. What printer did you use?

Thanks everyone for all the pig 3D models! I can definitely use them for demo purposes.

@red: Nice pig. The one i had printed didn't come out as good as yours, but will be stepping up the game with smaller nozzle and PLA plastic. The tail and the ears snapped off.

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@cosmicollie:

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@Tigrou: acrylic spray paint on order.

more duck:
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"Create a 3D life with full pleasure"

WTF? :)
added on the 2013-10-16 11:26:01 by gloom gloom
Luis: your prints look pretty good nevertheless. I think I printed the pig a tad bigger than you, and the ears are pretty fragile here too. What software are you using for printing? Your support structure looks different from what my version of ReplicatorG/Skeinforge generates.
I'm also still fighting with warping, putting hairspray on the heatbed helps a bit (if you dont mind the mess and the fumes), I yet have to test kapton tape.
added on the 2013-10-16 14:05:00 by red red
Hi Luis,

wow - it´s exciting to see the ghoul 3d printed. thank you for sharing the photos of it.
i hope you enjoy the figure :)

as a little "thank you" i quickly modelled a keyring - get it here and feel free to use it
if you like:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/7056586/trsi_keyring.zip

cu

cosmic
@luis: it's a prusa mendel a colleage and I built. It's not very accurate but it works. We use it mainly to print parts for embedded systems like enclosures and whatnot :)
added on the 2013-10-17 18:56:11 by Inopia Inopia
@cosmic: Thanks for that keychain model. I will print it in metal and save you one.

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The background art is Duck Meet CHRMFACE by Dice

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