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Skeleton Warrior

by Harrowtale May 8, 2019
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Any tips on printing this one? It keeps just falling apart on the bed for me. I don't normally have issues but something about this model is not working on my printer. I have tried printing it standing and laying down. I have tried the merged and just the body. I am using the popular miniature printing profile for an Ender 3 from 3dprintedtabletop.com. My printer is level. My other prints come out fine. Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks.

I have successfully completed 2 prints at different scales (28mm and 56mm) so far, body printed upright with Cura line supports.
One common thing i found is that the left leg tends to break easily, as does the sword. Gotta reinforce them with some CA glue.
Also, i get some weird artifacts only on this model at both scales, looks like the outer walls of the fabric portion on the backside were seemingly underextruding for some reason, leading to deep grooves in the diagonal following the contour of the model.
I do not have this problem with any other models at all so far, but interestingly enough it makes it look like the fabric in those areas is rotted and frayed somewhat, so it kinda fits the model rather well, adding some interesting textural detail.

I will provide some pictures soon.

Hey! It's hard to know what the problem is without seeing pics of how it's failing. Are you using supports? It's definitely a challenging model to print on an FDM (although all the makes are FDM so far, and they've come out great!).
Feel free to pm me with pics and more details so I can try and help diagnose what might be going wrong (although I'm no expert at FDM printing myself!)

Nice! Cant wait to print this one, it looks so cool.

Looks beautiful! Great work weathering down the cloth and armor.

This will pair nicely with my miniature collection. Thank you, good sir!