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Behemoth from Horizon Zero Dawn

by Gloomeskk Dec 8, 2017
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I’m slicing up the behemoth and some pieces out right now but I can’t print either of the eyes slicer says they are two small to load.

This is a great design. Do you have the file for Behemoth in one piece?

Man will definitely try to do yours machines! Thanks for the great job, the game is awesome so your modelings.

Any tips for attaching the legs? Prints all came out great, all sides glued together just trying to figure out the best way to attach the legs. Thanks ahead!

Yeah... I totally forgot to make the holes in the body... I drilled them on mine. Maybe you should do the same or find something else if you want.

By the way your modeling is awesome! Some of the easiest prints I’ve tried in Thingiverse.

Thanks, the Behemoth is the last I designed so it's better optimised than the others.

No worries thanks for the info. Lol thought I was lining things up wrong or had a poor print thanks!

Sorry for me more question....but in the pictures above, only the blue ones....
The 5th one along, the one with two tube looking things., I did a test print with supports it came out terrible.
How did you print this on the bed?

These are the eyes. I forgot to put them in the body when I made the files so they are separated. You could still join them in Blender or print them directly inside the body.

OK, just put the first side of the face on my say no supports, but i'm seeing a lot of flags for supports, especially if laid flat to print...

could you give me some help on just what orientation you put these at?,
i'm trying face left....ive tried flat, but front nose clearly looks like supports would be needed, but could tricky to remove/?
if i lay bottom flat down, so model face is pointing nose up, then there's lots of places supports are flagged.

so like i say any help on orientation would be good, i would really prefer no supports, as im looking to get a good finish on this.

thanks for any help and your time.

I used supports for my print so you should do the same. They're not absolutely needed though.

With the cuts I did, every part is meant to printed with the biggest plane face on the bed.

Cheers mate for the reply, I’ve started the Behomouth, let’s hope it goes well.

I see yours say you used a davinci...?, not the JNR model I take it, because the pieces are pretty large on my CR10.

Yeah it's the Da Vinci 1.0 AIO.