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Show us your best Robo 3d print

Discussion in 'Projects' started by John Rygg, Oct 27, 2013.

  1. kameya

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    Here are a couple of objects I printed with my newly accquired R1 plus... a really great printer indeed... ^_^

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    This is one of the biggest print I have done with my Robo3D... a 8"x8"x8" tortoise house, and using the coarse setting, the print came out very nice. This R1 Plus model has become my best robot buddy or BRFF... ^_^

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  5. kameya

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    Here is another turtle shelter I had printed. The size is 7"x7"x3.5", and printed with Hatchbox wood PLA.
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    I've also added some 3D-printed accessories like wood sign and mushrooms...
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    Testing it out with a real tortoise... ^_^
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  6. scotta

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    A recent project for a midnight in wonderland theme party.
    Part from thingiverse - the steampunk goggles,
    Part made from foam - the hat with finishing with rub-n-buff
    Part ground up design and manufacture; the led lighting on the side and and the madness gauge.
    Very proud of this. Modelled in Fusion 360 from scratch; uses a small stepping motor, and Arduino Trinket to control a random level of madness and the light coming on and off.

    More details on http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:970370 -1.jpg -2.jpg
     
  7. cosber

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    I think this is the finest piece of work I've seen yet. Nice job.
     
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  8. lemuba

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    I´m currently printing the R/C Spitfire from 3DLabPrint:

    https://3dlabprint.com/index.php?id_product=1&controller=product

    As they say, they have receicved so far only good results using PLA - I´m going to proof that PETG will work the same, or even better:)

    The first days I was now tweaking my S3S print settings to print perfectly and with good single perimeter layer bonding the first wing and elevator parts.

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  9. Nathan Simers

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    I was looking for a place to post my prints. 3 colors one print and this was before the upgrade with the pause function in matter control
     

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  10. lemuba

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    3D printed Spitfire wing. 8 single parts glued together. The wing shell printed with only one perimeter...
    Now printing to Spitfire fuselage and remaining parts and hope to fly it soon at 150 km/h level flight, using a 6S Lipo :)


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  11. Mike Kelly

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    That looks amazing!
     
  12. Nathan Simers

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    All this stuff is mostly straight off the printer supports broken off, no real clean up has been done to them.
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  13. Jarrod1937

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    Been meaning to upload these for some time. This is a dragon priest mask from Skyrim, printed in copper... It's expensive, hence the low quality. I buffed the print with some steel wool, then oxidized it with a mixture of cleaning vinegar, ammonia, and salt. I got the model from thingiverse and edited it within 3ds Max to get it to fit my face. Though that isn't me in the final photo, that's a co-worker wearing it but thought it looked pretty creepy on him!
     

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  14. sesl

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    Pushing the limits of my R1+ by printing this beautiful model of a Suryavarman Bust at .05mm layer height (50 microns) and 0% infill. I'm happy to say that it turned out really well and with minimal supports. Easily the best quality print I've done on the printer.
     

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  15. Central Utah 3D

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    This is the largest print I've done to date. My daughter and her fiancé. Scanned them in with the Sense hand held scanner. Just under 6 inches tall. Just plain white PLA material.

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  16. Jutte

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    My most recent print - a Viking brooch by Prot0typ1cal from Thingiverse. It was an experiment in PLA with Swellegant metal
    coatings and patinas.

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  17. Central Utah 3D

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    Bike n boy.jpg This was a project for a guy here in town. Wanted a 3D print of his son for the kids mom. I didn't know how the bike pose would turn out (future reference if you try it, the spokes in the wheels do not scan in :) ), so I did two poses and printed them both. Kids mom has one at home, and one on her desk at work.
     
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  18. Nathan Simers

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  19. cosber

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    I don't mean to denigrate your work, but is this the type of quality I can expect from a hand held scanner? There is no definition in the faces. Even at 6 inches, I would hope to see facial features that anyone could recognize the people in the model. To me, it's just a blob.
     
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    Said it before... but, when you do a 3D scan there is a *lot* of post-processing to do. The more detail you want the more processing/clean-up required.
     

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