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Elder Scrolls Skyrim Daedric Armor Bust

by Vsions May 12, 2017
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Really awesome print , but I'm having problems printing out the left arm . Everything has printed jus fine but for some reason the left arm seems to fail ,I'm printing on ender 3 with cura can anyone offer any solutions or advice

Why when i slice it in cura it have this stange layers?
At first i think is becouse my printer but then i sliced it again and see lines.

The torso model is broken? I can't load it in my slicer (cetus 3Ds own slicer) and the online 3d model converter I tried also said the file is broken.

Edit: Opening it in 3D paint and saving it as 3ml or whatever the format is called fixed the problem for me.

would it be possible for you to hollow it to make it a shell. I am printing for a halloween costume and am having trouble cutting out the body parts to reveal just the armor.

When i load this into my slicer it puts support going through one layer on the head and im not sure why it is doing this, as anyone else had this problem?

These parts are supposed to be joined together with glue?

Do you by any chance have a single file with the complete model you could upload?

I'd love to print two of these and use them on the top edges of my A8 Aluminum Frame.

This is probably far too late, but for anyone else that wants to do this just drag all the parts into Meshmixer. It will ask you if you want to correct placement errors while appending, say no. Once imported, all the pieces should automatically be where they are supposed to. Do a combine and repair analysis and it should be ready to print.

How did you manage to print te base? when i put it in simplify 3D it leaves a big hole in the middle that it has to close up whilst no support is there. (https://gyazo.com/5063da18f8f68bb57c444a8d64723c2d)

did you fix this?

This model works pretty well. You definitely MUST have supports as many of the parts don't touch the print bed when imported into Cura. This was my first print that needed supports so I got about 5% into the first print attempt before everything went to hell and I had to start over. If you are new to this type of print might want to print one piece at a time to get your settings right before trying all of them.

My current best print of this has settings as followed for a Prussa i3:
1mm shell
20% infil
Supports and 5mm brim
resolution 0.2mm (could probably go lower for better finish)

I had some issue with warping on some of the horns on the right sholder but this is probably due to my print settings rather than the model. Should go away if printing all the pieces at once.

Awesome "thing". I'm currently part way through printing it myself, have done the helmet and torso and one of the arms is on the printer as I type. Looks amazing in black Polyalchemy elixir (or I assume any high gloss plastic). I would suggest the addition of nubbins so the separate parts can be more easily assembled together.


I printed this on a moonray which doesn't have those kinds of options so I apologize for not having that information.

Yea so with those settings i had 0 problems for my printer, Monoprice 3D Select Mini, for this small printer the prints look fantastic, for the head, torso, and both shoulders too about 16-18 hours to build them. I will post my picture shortly.

Hey someone who made a daedric helmet similar to this one said that they used these settings,





Im going to try these tonight will take me about 2-3 hours to print it and if i am up i will shoot out a pic and update, also what i did is put it there where its laying on the base some pics of others are on its horns but idk how that would look at work, im also going to do it at a 1.2mm shell thickness and i believe that will be fine.

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Looks amazing, its waiting on printer spooler.