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Fairy Queen

by Mag-net May 9, 2018
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any way to get the upper with supports and no butteryfly? also the "thin" butterfly separate? (I am upscaling it so don't need the "thick" version)

Done. Mk3 files updated. Good luck.

I am so sorry to bother you again. Hopefully I can eventually learn to do this on my own.

2 small (I hope) requests. mk3 is missing the neck to chest support. at this scale I think I will need that.

can you make the "points" where the support cones contact the model smaller? I am scaling it up 550% so they get quite fat at that scale.

I've uploaded "Fairy Upper Do not use.stl". I'll only leave it up for a short time, as I have a lot of versions of the upper, and don't want to confuse people. It's scaled at 200% and the supports are done at 200%. This's the easiest way for me to reduce the cones. Good luck

Thank you I really do appreciate it I have downloaded it

Amazing model and really well done made for 3d printing! Total succeed on my first try (Anycubic I3 Mega Ultrabase). (Used white PLA for body and Minadax PETG transparent black for the rest - sorry photo wouldn't show the amazing finish "in real"
So thank you!

I'm not sure if its just me and my printer. But I've printed her torso 3 times, twice at 100% and one time at 110%. Her middrift area, belly, is to narrow to line up with the dress. How far up does it need to be scaled to line up?

It wasn't just you. I have 4 files for the upper body and two of them had been scaled wrong. I've adjusted them and reuploaded. Keep an eye on the height, as it should be 84.62 height for the upper body. Sorry about that. Let me know if you have any problems.

Did anyone else say anything about legs not fitting? I just sanded down, but they seem to not fit exactly right as well

Started printing and it's coming out great so far. One question though -- is there any difference between the two wings, or are they identical? Seems that maybe the angle of the mounting tab might be the only difference, if any. Trying to figure out if I need to slice each one independently or if I can print the same one twice?

The wings are a mirror of each other. You'll want to print one of each as they are rounded on one side. It's a personal choice, but I had the rounded side face outward. I look forward to seeing your print!!!

Gotcha, thanks. Rounded side outward sounds right to me too. Will for sure upload a few photos when it's all done!

I'm having a problem with the butterfly on her hand, the wing has a hole in the slice no matter how large I scale it.

I'm printing with a .4mm at .15 layer height.

I've updated the files. There is now an upper body without the butterfly, and a separate thicker butterfly file.

Hope this helps!

I was running into the same issue. Any way you could upload a version with the thicker butterfly in hand and with supports? No worries if not, I'll try to reconstruct with the pieces you provided.

Thank you for an amazingly beautiful model. it's a challenging print, but I feel it will be worth it.

I've uploaded another file for both of you. This one still has the supports and attached butterfly, but I've tried to increase the butterfly wings. Hope this works for you!

Thank you! I"m pulling that design to print right now. Love your work and thank you for sharing it.

Beautiful! I love it! Thanks for sharing.

Thank you. Great printer!

This is beautiful! How tall is the finished model?

...about 230 mm tall.

This will be my next print! Your work in creating these models is tantamount to genius.

Very kind of you. I look forward to seeing your make!