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That looks great!
I though I posted this in here last year but I can’t have done as I can’t see it.
Last years Christmas holiday print. Over 100 parts and was a good test of my, then new, Bambu Lab X1C. I have started this years Christmas holiday print today and I’ll hopefully have it done by the 25th.
eBayThat looks interesting! Where did you get the optics?
These were very tight. I has to just fettle a couple of edges to help them in and then a few needed a blow with a hammer to seat properly.I tried printing a smaller lego man than that, but i was having to many tolerance problems with the parts fitting together
Went for it this week also. Zero problems printing, used rafts for any circular smaller prints like the hands etc. fitting all went together fine bar the black cheek inserts which seemed to be a fraction big, rather than cut them, I removed the two middle pieces, inserted them from above and then the remaining bits fitted as they should.
Stormtrooper (6:1 LEGO-inspired brick figure, NO MMU/AMS, NO supports, NO glue) - 3D model by BigBricks on Thangs
"Blast 'em!"... with this Stormtrooper figure! This model is 8.5in/20cm tall. Find printing/assembly instructions on this model's [designer post](https://thangthangs.com
Went for it this week also. Zero problems printing, used rafts for any circular smaller prints like the hands etc. fitting all went together fine bar the black cheek inserts which seemed to be a fraction big, rather than cut them, I removed the two middle pieces, inserted them from above and then the remaining bits fitted as they should.
Cant remember exactly but certainly took me all weekend! worth it I thinklHaha that’s wicked!
What was the print time?
I am currently printing out multiboard parts on my X1C, I have an insulated log cabin arriving in a couple of weeks (basically a hobby space for my 3d printing & Warhammer painting), the multiboard system will be perfect for my needs.All done on my P1S.
I got tired of my desk getting covered in odds and ends and I wanted a handy place for some printer tools, so I started with some multiboard parts
And some desiccant holders for the AMS
Ohh I remember seeing this a long time ago but had forgotten about it. Have you tried it out?Telescope! The metric remix of the Hadley, from printables. On my old mk2 Prusa original.
So far I've used it to great effect to look at a tree over the road. Next to be printed is a mount, if I can find somewhere that will sell custom length aluminium rods.