Update: The "First Layer Top" file was too thin and tall to be printed properly, so I cut it into two parts named "First Layer Top V2" and "First Layer Point V2". Now you can print the former laid down and the latter is short enough.
Took me a whole month to make this, but here it is!
It's the Cyberlife Tower from Detroit Become Human the game. I believe you can only access it when Connor becomes a deviant and goes to the Cyberlife Tower to free the android army.
There are only a few scenes of the Tower, so I took some liberty in creating some of the details.
As for the model itself, there are three layers of the tower (there's even a fourth layer, but it's rectilinear and not very interesting). Each of the layers print individually with three parts for each layer.
Apart from the "First Layer Middle" file, which you need to print 4 of, you only need to print one of each for the rest of the files.
As for the dimension of the model, the tallest part is about 195mm. You can try scaling the models, but I don't recommend it since the walls may become too thin.
See below for Post-Printing assembly and Print Settings.
I'm currently printing the individual parts. So far, I haven't run into any problems. If you have any questions/problems, please comment and I'll respond to you asap. Thanks!
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Apart from the "Base" and the "Platform" files, which you can print at higher layer heights and less infill, the rest of the tower should be 0.1mm or less. The less the layer height, the more chance the bridging and curves will succeed.
You can try using rafts, but they are quite difficult to remove, so I just use brims instead.
How to Assemble
As for gluing, you should use krazy glue because the contact areas may be too small for other types of glue to hold properly. You can also try to melt the plastic together, I'm not sure how effective that is.
After you assembled the three layers individually, put the second and third layers in order (second layer on the outside) on the "Platform", and then insert the whole thing into the first layer. Glue the platform in place with the bottom of the first layer.
Finally, glue the whole thing onto the base.