Age Of Mecha™ Exo Armor "Orbital Sniper" 3D printable action figure file (pre-supported)

销售价格 €13,75 常规价格 €15,00

NOT A PHYSICAL PRODUCT!
DOWNLOADABLE 3D PRINT FILE ONLY!


!!! PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION BELOW CAREFULLY !!!

Ages 15+! Not suitable for children! Small parts can be swallowed!

Age Of Mecha™ Exo Armor "Space Type"
3D printable action figure file including accessories and pilot action figure Lt Seo Lee-An.

PRE-SUPPORTED CHITUBOX V1.9.0 FILES INCLUDED!
download Chitubox V1.9.0 here:
https://www.chitubox.com/en/index


Images show color proposals.

The download files will be provided in *.rar compression file format. If you get a "corrupt file" error when trying to unpack the files, rename the file ending to *.zip and try again. If it should still fail to unpack, contact us.

1/35 scale printable parts, snap fit assembly, no glue required.
Figure height: approx. 2.75 inch / 7 cm


The parts come in pre-supported FORM files ( for Form2 and Form3 printers), pre-supported Chitubox files (SLA and DLP) and non pre-supported STL file format (for all other printers, FDM).

If you do not own or have immediate access to a printer, here's a list of online 3D printing services you can use:

https://all3dp.com/1/best-online-3d-printing-service-3d-print-services/

We highly recommend to choose SLA or DLP printers!

FDM prints usually do not show the very fine detail, unless you scale up the parts

The Form files are readymade: ideal part orientation + support structures are already in place.

Made to print with all Formlabs resins, 0.05mm layer height.

If you are printing on a Form2/Form3, we recommend the following procedure:

Use the standard Grey, White or Tough 1500/2000 resins, for the Ammo Belt, use FlexibleV2 resin available here:
https://formlabs.com/materials/

For any other SLA/DLP printers, we highly recommend to use the Siraya Tech series of resins, for the Ammo Belt use any flexible or rubber resin for best results:
https://siraya.tech/collections/all

After the Isopropanol wash, leave the parts out to dry for at least 6-12 hours (normal room temperature, no direct sunlight!), that way the surface is hard enough as to not rub off during assembly, yet the parts still have enough flexibility.
The joint fits are quite tight in the beginning, so make sure to wiggle the parts together slowly and carefully to avoid breaking parts. Optionally, you can airbrush or paint the parts before assembly for easier masking.
Some printed resin tends to shrink over time (the process can go on several weeks after print) until it has fully settled it's properties.
If the joints come loose, use small portions of modelling clay, like super sculpey to fill in the gaps.

License: Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/legalcode


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