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Anton
Regular DIY and 3D Printing nerd.
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Anton 14h
Our biggest fans this week: TimPatAlPostma, wekster2507, spud01au. Thank you! via
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Anton 14h
The Batman Who Laughed bust. Progress update: printed the head at. 0.08mm without support, the spikes didn't come out perfectly, but they look OK, printed the face at 0.16mm, and about to start printing the chest. Scary, but awesome model. And proving to be printable.
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Anton May 18
Ease of use. It's called "simplify" 3d for a reason, it's simple to use and make 3d things. I don't think it's the best, I just don't have time to figure out and tune other slicers, I just want to import, press slice, save and print. I've got S3D all figured out. But maybe soon..
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Anton May 18
My mini's collection. Rearranged for my viewing pleasure.
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Anton May 17
I use S3D purely for convenience, I am hoping that 5 brings some innovation, otherwise I will soon make the move to something else too
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Anton May 17
Missing? Where is this missing? I still do this in S3D
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Anton May 17
Hellboy Bust, printed on Ender 3 with Flashforge Pearl Red PLA. Sliced in with 4 processes and varying layer height, print speed, perimeters and infill. Was an awesome model to experiment with. Thanks Fotis, a stunning sculpt and easy print
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Anton May 17
Replying to @yourdailymicron
Was that a S3D logo that popped up in the middle there? Oops. LOL. How is this different from S3D factory files?
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Anton May 17
mini He-man. Awesome print.
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Anton May 16
mini Capt Marvel. Nice easy supportless print. Thanks Wekster
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Anton May 16
Thanks. Going to re-print the Bride with this same colour, the white is not becoming of her
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Anton May 15
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Anton May 15
Mini wolverine by before and after support removal, printed on the trusty Ender 3 Pro with Flashforge Pearl Silver PLA at 0.2mm. Like this one's attitude, nice model. Thanks Wekster.
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Anton May 14
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Anton May 13
mini Spiderman - homecoming requiring minimal support and looking awesome above the rest of the collection. Thanks Wekster.
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Anton May 13
Thanks for helping me reach 25 followers! Who else do you think should be following me?
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Anton May 13
mini Dredd with gun. This guy needed some support but turned out great nonetheless. Thanks Wekster, my mini collection is almost complete.
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Anton May 13
Replying to @jipraus @arduino
Wow, that is really amazing!!!
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Anton May 12
That looks awesome. Stunning prints.
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Anton May 12
mini Jason printed on Ender 3 Pro in Flashforge Pearl Red PLA. Made a big "Oops" and forgot to change settings so this mini was printed with 100% infill, he's a heavy weight at 51 grams.
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