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The Drakkar

by MakerBot Sep 30, 2014
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How do you get the oars on, the flipping holes don't match up!

Why make the bottom flat, removing the keel, and then put it on a stand? Its just wrong.

it's awesome if your scaling it to 150% and using it for D&D campaigns without the stand!!

Hello, great model, but the rudder is suppost to be on the right side. Thats why right is called starboard.

Hi. I'm a complete newb to 3d printing....what scale does this print out at? Or is that something that I decide when printing? As I don't have a personal printer I will probably have to take this to a commercial printer. Thanks.

Any tips on printing the oars? I tried with Woodfill and ABS and they keep snapping.

What colors are those filaments?

Can someone please explain why people spend all this time to upload great models and designs yet couple STL files in unbelievably stupid ways? For example, I don't want to print the sail with the damn rudder and joining pins. That is just stupid. Not one single person should want to do this unless you don't have any decent colors or material options. For example I want to print the rudder in wood grain filament like the rest of the boat and base but I want the sail in a white PLA or maybe ABS. I hate to be the guy who seems ungrateful but putting all those into one model is so literally incomprehensible to me I have to say something. Why... just #@$@# why?? Is it that much harder to take the sail into its own stl file? Instead you make each one of us find some decent software to split it and each one of us to use our time. The only option besides splitting the STL is to waste materials printing this thing twice with two different materials.

wow.. I typed up a reply.. but then I saw you posted on April Fools day......

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You can easily ungroup them with MS 3d builder and save each part as stl

cerwin77 is spot on. It literally takes 30 seconds to open the program, select the part, and click the ungroup button. That program comes pre-installed on Windows 8 and 10, or can be downloaded for free.

Besides, it's not like we're short on time waiting for something to print. You may not want to but you do sound like the ungrateful guy. They put in who knows how many hours designing the boat and you can't spend an extra five minutes doing the polishing tweaks?

For some reason, I'm having problems printing out the Sail Rudder. Around layer 100, the side of the sail starts missing. No idea why, I can't see it in the model. It's so weird. Maybe I'll try rotating it.

wich is the best config should i use?

The base when i'm printing is not so good..

follow the config that i'm wearing:

Infill: 20%
Layer H: 0.2mm
Shells: 1
speed: 60 mm/s

Infill mode: exterior to interior

Tks,

1 shells is not very good when printing overhangs

nice model, prints perfectly and all parts fit like pleasure...
no rework necessary on tpi SMART X2 and X3 printers

Leif hefur heilsu þína, ég drekk bjór, hugsa þú ert ha ha ha ha

Should there be a pair of cylinders to connect the front and back?

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They are with the sail.