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DEADPOOL

3D model description

ENGLISH:

This is a model that I sculpted using Zbrush during my free time.

I will leave the complete model and in several parts so that it is more comfortable to print this figure.

SPANISH:

This is a model that I sculpted using Zbrush during my free time.

I will leave the complete model and in several parts so that it is more comfortable to print this figure.

Notes:

ENGLISH:

For taking in consideration:

• The best way to print this Deadpool model is part by part.

• Each part is positioned in the best way to print it.

• For the swords I recommended to print it vertical in slow speed.

• The base is designed to fill it with water so it gives weight and stability to the structure.

Then it is necessary to glue the bottom circle to the base itself.

• When you are ready to put Deadpool's foot and the pillar on the base, make sure to reinforce it with glue.

• Make sure to print the pieces with supports on it.

• You must stick the sword at the back of Deadpool with glue, this worked very well for me.

SPANISH:

To consider:

• The best way to print this Deadpool model is by parts.

• Each part is ready in the best position to print.

• The swords I recommend to print at low speed in vertical.

• The base is designed to be filled with sand in a way that gives it weight and stability. Then, glue the bottom cover of the base with glue.

• When placing the Deadpool foot and the pillar in the base, be sure to reinforce with glue.

• Be sure to use brackets on the parts.

• The swords have to be glued to Deadpool's back. That worked very well for me.

3D printing settings

Rafts: No

Supports: Yes

Resolution: 0.15

Infill: 12%

  • 3D model format: STL

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