You have pulled off an amazing piece of work here. I'd say you have found the way!
Thank you for the nice comment!WOW, Amazing, Fantastic and all those other words that describe coolness! Love the landing platform great details and lighting. As for real life that will always come first gotta pay the bills right? Without a doubt, "This is the Way"
I sincerely hope so. When printing I knew the measurements, but knowing and seeing, this thing is so much bigger than imagined.You have pulled off an amazing piece of work here. I'd say you have found the way!
This is seriously awesome! Subbed your thread! Following closely!Hey everyone!
Back with a new project!!
Small intro, since last year I have been doing a course/school to re-educate myself and switch careers. The education center has a 3D printer that 'students'(in this case adults) can use. Its a Raise3D pro2 plus, a very expensive printer, industrial grade but a beast!
I didn't have any experience 3D printing and always wanted to do a 3D printed 'kit'. My main goal was to see how it can be used for model making, either for details or full kits. My plan in the future is a resin printer to print small details for my custom builds.
Now back to this project, being a huge fan of The Mandalorian and especially his ship the Razor Crest, I went looking online for files to print. I came along the gamebody website, bit the bullet and bought the STL files for the razor crest. (gamebody link).
After tinkering with the settings, learning about supports, rafts and so on I started the first print.
Man I've been staring at the "Buy Now' button on that model for a while now! Did you scale the file at all when you printed it? Did you use their recommended settings or did you change any of them like the infill, or print speed, etc.?
Love the piece!
This is seriously awesome! Subbed your thread! Following closely!
On a side note, I noticed that you´re from Brugge, and the ed center you mention probably is the Howest Campus? I´ve been there in 2008 and 2009 while working on German TV movies, very fond memories of Bruges and its citizens, we arrived as strangers and left as friends .
Really nice job here’s one I did and up for sale
hey can you tell me what material you used to make the base please
Hey man, just going back a couple of pages I saw you used some small orange/clear connecting blocks for your electronics - could you let me know what brand these are? I’m hoping it will save my razorcrest from my horrible soldering.