Wally from the comic strip 'Dilbert' by Scott Adams.
In the comic strip, Wally can avoid work in ways we never thought possible. In fact, avoiding work is a job in itself which he can be proud of!
No supports are required. If you have the right filament colors, no painting is needed.
The completed model is 200mm tall after assembly. This model is in proportion to the Dilbert and Pointy Haired Boss models previously posted.
Printer: FlashForge Creator X
Rafts: Doesn't Matter
A brim or raft may be required for arm_right.
Building the model
Colors (there are no multiple printed pieces)
Any color (hidden part):
Printing and assembly tips
1-No supports or rafts are required for the pieces, however a raft or brim may be needed for the arm_right due to the small base and part angle.
2-All pieces were printed and fitted using a .4mm nozzle. In my slicer I verified that a .5mm nozzle should still work well with the small pieces.
-The diagram in the pictures section will help in assembling the model and is quite straightforward.
-The model is meant to be glued together.
-The eyes should fit snugly into the back of the glasses. I was able to push the eyes with the top layers first into the back of the glasses right off the printer with no cleanup.
-For some people, small parts can be hard to put together and glue. Personally, I glued in the glasses_arms into the notch in the head with some tacky glue first. While the glassses_arms glue was still tacky, I placed the glasses (with the eyes already inserted) on the nose and glued them into the glasses_arms. It all turned out much simpler than I had originally expected.
-The hair parts are also small, but with tacky glue they should pose no problem at all.
My goal is to make models that are fun, free from supports and simple to build. If you encounter any issues, please inform me so I can learn from the feedback (Many thanks for the tremendous constructive feedback I've already received on my previous models, you know who you are!). All parts should fit nicely and the only cleanup should be on the first layer, if any.
Retired software engineer, learning CAD design and 3D printing. When creating models, I strive for support free designs and fun creations.