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New model

PostPosted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 5:09 pm
by Pekish79

"work in progress" All type of wood/algae PLA

-Laywood3D (stupidly expensive very weird almost elastic doesn't come on a roll but super easy to print change color with temperature and never warp doesn't even need to stay in dry place no idea what's up with that it stay super flat because is elastic even when cold)

-SainSmart (dark brown one of the few dark brown 195-200C, one of the very few if you want to go dark)

-MG chemical (lighting color very stable I used it for interior building because it doesn't bend at corners on 2 layers flat surface 195-200C)

--Algix3D (algae pla, cool material I got it with great discount now is very very expensive 195-200C)

Gizmo Dork (light wood very nice color but super brittle to use only on small details or solid objects and higher temperature than any other wood play 205-210C)

this time I went as far as modelling all the interior and hinted the brick on the facade the bring on the facade have a displacement of 0.2m the difficult part was to make the file in AutoCAD it got so heavy with all those little reveals (stupid AutoCAD is still single core bounded I can't believe in AutoCAD 2018 work single core and new processor come out with 18 core! something is so wrong)

I do need a bigger printer hate to split floor into so many pieces we need a M4! I try to limit my models to 7.5"x18" (19cm x 45cm) so I can divide each floor into 2 pieces only this model is actually 7-1/4" x 17"

Nozzle 0.5 (any smaller than .5 doesn't agree with wood PLA and would take FOREVER to print)

exterior brick walls (dark wood) - 6 layers x .6 (3.6mm)
exterior wall new building (light wood) - 4 layer x .6 (2.4mm)
interior wall new building (light wood) - 2 layers x .6 (1.2mm)

Re: New model

PostPosted: Tue Aug 22, 2017 12:17 am
by Pekish79

2.5 y/o printer and still working pretty good ^_^ all piece fit into each other with a precision of .6mm

Re: New model

PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2017 7:49 pm
by insta
Very nice :)

Re: New model

PostPosted: Fri Aug 25, 2017 12:00 am
by rpollack

Re: New model

PostPosted: Fri Aug 25, 2017 12:13 am
by Pekish79

each floor is modeled with room easily assemblable no need of glue so u can open them the trick was to align shaft and elevator and make a little trip that holds them in place when stacked think about a Matryoshka doll the way it open


i added railing and (missing solar pannel still)


bicycle parking ^_^