Fully Printed Mk85 Suit

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Lesmaisons

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Here is some pic...

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Irongillz

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Saw this on instagram and glad I found your post here! I was looking into getting Do3d's Agent Venom STL and a Prusa Mk3, but wanted to see if you've got any tips.

From what I've seen of these STL's on youtube, and elsewhere, they will require a good bit of work in something like meshmixer. Did you find that you had to split up a lot of the parts into thinner sections to avoid too much infill or too many supports? I was worried that a lot of the curved pieces would be difficult to print without lots of supports and wasted plastic.

Also, was this suit all PLA on the Prusa?
 

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Lesmaisons

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RAL sucks.. use carpaint colors.
RAL is the color tone, not a type of color.
Ral is one of the international classifications of colors, such as RGB, PANTONE or HEX.
The final color will be done with car paint.
The specific question is: do you know which red, yellow and gray has the Mark 85?
 

Lesmaisons

New Member
Saw this on instagram and glad I found your post here! I was looking into getting Do3d's Agent Venom STL and a Prusa Mk3, but wanted to see if you've got any tips.

From what I've seen of these STL's on youtube, and elsewhere, they will require a good bit of work in something like meshmixer. Did you find that you had to split up a lot of the parts into thinner sections to avoid too much infill or too many supports? I was worried that a lot of the curved pieces would be difficult to print without lots of supports and wasted plastic.

Also, was this suit all PLA on the Prusa?
I'm glad you found me in 2 different places!
Having a Tronxy P802M (it's like the prusa) and having a 22 x 22 x 24 print area, I had to cut the files into pieces that would fit on the plate.
Moreover, by printing them in several pieces, it becomes stronger because where "cuts" it prints a thicker thickness.
Obviously, this way you get less waste!
You will need to merge and sandblast the prints made because they will have lines.
Then you have to fill and then paint.
The material is all PLA.
If you need suggestions, just ask!
 

Lesmaisons

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Leg and boot.
 

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Lesmaisons

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Pics...
 

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George

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Lesmaisons Always cool to see other people's projects, but with that many photos you should start your own thread instead of using this one.Hijacking someone else's thread is frowned upon for as far as I know
 

JayCVenlo

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RAL is the color tone, not a type of color.
Ral is one of the international classifications of colors, such as RGB, PANTONE or HEX.
The final color will be done with car paint.
The specific question is: do you know which red, yellow and gray has the Mark 85?

Ral is used by painters and in the industrial sector. For example for houses and building.
What i do, i go to a local autoshop, they mostly have colorsamples of the paints they sell and i just pick the ones i like most.
 

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