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Mini Spiderman - Homecoming

by wekster May 19, 2018
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anyone tried this on normal printer?, not resin?.
just looking at it for my cr10, and wondering best one to print, and supports etc??

any idea/help appreciated.

I just made one. I printed it with supports, making it stand on its feet during printing. I will post a picture after the coloring part

I'm sorry, I haven't seen this comment before. I have made few tests in different directions and they all looked decent but the best option is to print him on his feet.

This looks great. Can you put hole at the bottom of the feet for 3mm magnets for a cool fridge magnet

I suggest you grab those magnets and you heat them up and just press inside the feet, much better option BUT if you can't do that send me exact dimensions (height, radius etc..) and I will make that for you :)

Hi, I was thinking just drilling the shoes with a flat end bit. Heating the magnets is not a good option since you will loose the magnetism. I was thinking something like this would work. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B072K4NB6V/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I think dimensions are 6mm dia 3mm height.



you did it! and I am forever thankful! lol ill be posting this everywhere to tag your files just fyi!

I told you I'm gonna do it :D

awsome video!! I have anycubic photon but I have not learned how to configure it well, so my prints have not been correct. I will try to recalibrate it, since after the first correct impression, they have gone wrong. For example, printing a cube, the corner has come out crooked

Thank you. My advice is to try to level it in a way where you can barely move the piece of paper. If that doesn't work google for Flint Read method, haven't tried it but people say it works great. I'm having some issues now but mostly because I'm testing other resin companies, are you still using the one that came with the printer?

I watched that people recommends to reconfigure the photon after a bad printing. I tried the anycubic resin and now im trying with monocure rapid 3d clear, it seems good. People put some tested configurations and resins resellers urls in this excel document(im from spain, so is more difficult to me to buy them, only amazon by the moment): https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1crvzMnt_8NJXAsABinoIhcOjE8l3h7s0L82Zlh1vkL8/edit#gid=0

Yeah, I've adjusted my settings based on that excel sheet but so far a lot of failures since last night - testing 3D-okay gray and black