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Dragon Skyrim with Base

by Dprestino Sep 20, 2017
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Try this one (fixed with Netfabb). Is ok with Cura last version

Basetta_A came apart whilst printing for some reason. I guess the comments below are correct so I'll try Rainbow666's file instead.

i had problems with BasettaA too, i tried a little bit and this file worked for me...
Anycubic I3 Mega

i found the problem with part A, slicing with cura the large square hole in the side makes non-manafold of the two rocks and ground mesh i just patched them in blender and works great, Awesome model thanks!

hi, is there any way that you could upload the dragon as one piece?


no it does not work the support always seem to be there sorry

no sorry the error is more in buttom but here

I found the error now I fix and resend the files

Is very strange I use Repetier for the slicing, and don't give me this effect, try to open the file with Blender and correct with triangulation the files and re save again, but I repeat, I don't have this effect in Repetier slicer

re no probleme we just use cura i think cura have a problem with this and i found the error, your support make some trouble with cura i delet it with mesmixer and now this problem is disappear but other error apear

thanks for your attention

and if this can help you this is my new files , is pretty heavy because i must make solide some part ,otherwise your job is awesome !!

Thank you so much Sigutrop!!!!!!! i ran that file through Blender and exported into stl, sliced it and printed it and it worked perfectly!!! <3 <3 <3 <3

Hey thanks , can you send me your stl please ?


Sure! had to upload it to dropbox because its pretty large ^^

hey , you are a genius , but i have some probleme with this build in fact i got the same probleme of other the stl of basseta A is slicing i send you some screenshot please help us


This design is pretty cool and thanks so much for making it. Like others this design is for some reason insisting when slicing the basseta A to levitate random bits. It would awesome if you could some how correct this. I have included a screen shot as you have many before.

how did you attach the feet to the body.

Some times need to add some reinforcement to fix the legs and the wings, I suggest to use the clips, cut little parts of clips, use a flame to heat up and stick it inside the PLA

I am having the same problem that others have had with Basetta A. It looks like the slicing was off when exported and saved. Would it be possible to re-slice and upload corrected version? I have attached images of the issue. If not has anyone else found a work around?

Hello! Great model - its been one of the more challenging one to print for me but I've enjoyed it thoroughly. Is there any chance you can post the base in one piece? With or without the feet embedded is fine. Thanks again!

at moment no sorry, but you can open in blender join the parts and remove the feet!

did you print it with the orientation in the stls?

Hey there,
I'm having the issue with Base A, too. It seems that the slicer sees a big plate in the middle like support material:
The red circle shows what I mean and I allready printed it and looks the same. If I would crack out the material I guess it won't be stable.
Cura Version is 3.1.0

strange, I don't have this problem...

Please Show a screenshots, I don't have any problem.

Hi All,

I am having issues with the Base A. I have printed them all but this one.

I am using S3D but it appears to have an issue with the slicing. Anyone else having this issue? or have a solution for me?


Please Show a screenshots, I don't have any problem.

i have the problem too.

would this be possible to print on the Anet A8?

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Some times need to add some reinforcement to fix the legs and the wings, I suggest to use the clips, cut little parts of clips, use a flame to heat up and stick it inside the PLA