Aura091

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This is the beginning of my first prop build with a 3d printer. It is a scaled down Biofoam canister. The print itself took ~6hr and 60g of filament. So far I have only printed it and removed the supports. Next I will sand it and post the results, and hopefully I will make a 3d model I can mess around with so it can move, and have certain parts replaceable. If not, I might just scale this up and cut it when I learn how to.
 

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This is the beginning of my first prop build with a 3d printer. It is a scaled down Biofoam canister. The print itself took ~6hr and 60g of filament. So far I have only printed it and removed the supports. Next I will sand it and post the results, and hopefully I will make a 3d model I can mess around with so it can move, and have certain parts replaceable. If not, I might just scale this up and cut it when I learn how to.
the print came out pretty clean, i wish u good luck with the upcoming projekts <3
(PS.: i´d recommend you posting this under your other thread abt the 3d printer so the progress is found on one page instead of multiple threads <3 )
 
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