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Hollow Knight Mini Fig

by RobJP_ May 30, 2018
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Hi RobJP. That was a great job. I printed for my son and created eyes for impression that fit perfectly in his head. I did not even have to use glue, they fit perfectly in the head.
This is the link to it.


Printable Hollow Knight Mini Fig eyes
by egvneto

Ha, i have done the exact same thing and was coming here to post mine in case anyone wanted them.
Not a lot of point me posting mine as looking at the STLs we even have the same thickness.

Nevermind :-)
Anyway, printed eyes look really good in it and are a VERY quick print so well worth it.

My head has a round hole as opposed to the body and cape, and the hole is much smaller making the head impossible to install. Am I missing some piece of info?

I am having trouble with the cape, the head and the sword. The cape I solved by flipping it vertically. The head has been a challenge of its own. I changed the infill type and slowed the process down to about 40% at the beginning. So far it is getting better but still not a perfect print. The sword is still something I need to solve. I guess my point is if you download this it may give you a challenge. Otherwise I am looking forward to the full model being printed.

Really awesome design love it a ton great work

There is someone selling this model on Facebook...

Possibly this guy
His name and the base match.


Hollow Knight Mini Fig
by m0del3

the sword has been pretty difficult to print for some reason :'D

the only problem i found was the stand was too flimsy and broke off. I drilled holes and super glued it.

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How tall is the model at 100% scale?

anyone using a Monoprice Maker Select pro ultimate? When I start printing the head it creates this melted look on the initial bottom part of the head and right eye. If someone has the same printer what are your settings ?

Disable Heat Bed Completely. Enable Cooling Fan. I was surprised i had to do this to ABS, but I understand the logic behind it. Anything that involves Steep Overhangs or Bowl Like Shapes tend to warp upward when warm. Keeping it cold will prevent it from warping that bad. At least this worked for me on the Prusa.

Id really like to see a Hornet in the same style. The available hornet doesnt have the same proportions.

Facing issues slicing the Cape,
I know that you didn't print it yourself, but i'll leave this here maybe someone can shed some light.
Using Simplify3D, the top of the cape (although i have to flip it to print) is introducing a whole on the back.
The front also has small holes too.
Any advice from people who printed this successfully?

I remixed the cape to fix some of the slicing issues: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3080705

Hope that helps somebody!

Hollow Knight Cape (fixed)

Yeah I'm also getting this error with the cape and no clue how to fix it.

I'm also finding the sword hard to print as well since it's so thin, tried the default way and it didn't work with rafts/supports as it just kinda fused into them without really making the bottom part. Can't stand it up by like the handle with raft and supports unless I want a hole near where the hole to peg into the back is, so finally trying to lay it flat in cura and having just supports build on half of it, then careful cleanup of those to get something whole and ok looking.

enable single extrusion walls,
go to advanced, thin wall behavior, external walls

That doesnt fix the issue I have the same, even after running it to netfabb and experimenting with the thin wall settings the 2 holes still appear in the sliced preview

other > horizontal size compensation > 0.1mm

That actually worked! (At least in the slicer preview)
Thank you! :D

I just printed this at 150%! He came out great! I'll post pics later!

oh can you describe settings you used?

Could you also do Hornet?

Finally a model of the Knight that doesn't look oddly proportioned!