Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Jetty and Cemetery Monument from Printable Scenery

A couple of things from the 3D-printer, painted at last.
The jetties are from the Winterdale Docks pack and works excellently with my harbour. I will print out an assortment of these in different configurations. These took around 7 hours to print and used 310 to 360 inches of filament. The stairs took two hours and used 70 inches. 

The monument is from the Cemetery pack and took my printer about five hours to print and used around 200 inches of filament (costing about €0.4). 
Layer thickness 200 microns and low fill density for all pieces.

6 comments:

  1. Good to see that the 3D printer is earning its keep, love those jetty pieces.

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    1. These are by far the best pieces yet. Wood really looks good with the printer and these are very useful.
      After a three week vacation in the US I look forward to start printing a lot of stuff.

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  2. They look very well Joakim 3D printers are really the way to go if you can afford it.

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    1. ou are so right. Now I have started saving for a bigger one...

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  3. Really like the steps and the jetty. The wood grain helpfully masks the striations from the printer.

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    1. Right. Best effect yet. I have more wooden stuff to print in the future, but before that I will continue with lots of jetties

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