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Skyrim Door Quest Plaque

by jamesmoe Aug 30, 2014
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I'm printing one right now on my MP Select Mini, at about 68% to fit on the small table. It may just be a bug in my slicer (cura 2.3.1 on linux) but I had to use a small 0.1mm positive horizontal expansion, otherwise the top diamond printed disconnected from the rest of the part.

If you do any updates to the design, I suggest adding a small notch on the back to make it easier to hang this on a nail. I don't have a specific design in mind, but I'm sure you can find some ideas in other thingiverse designs. Here's one that popped up: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1241951

You should be able to make the overhang/bridging for the notch pretty aggressive, since it doesn't have to look good in the finished product ;)

Batman Logo Wall Hanger
by 3DWP

You win the internet, this is genius and it's going on my door ;)

I am like the biggest fan of skyrim therefor this is like the best

My printer does a pretty good job at surface finish .. and you vastly overestimate my capabilities in Sketchup to create anything interlocking :)

Nice idea.
One thing that is keeping me from printing this is the fact that a flat top like this usually doesn't come out with a nice finish. I'm thinking maybe if you separate into three parts with designed interlocking, print them with what will be the top-part facing downwards and you will get a more smooth finish. Still visible perimeter layers and such though... hmm...