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Boeing 777-200, scale 1:1000

3D model description

I use Cura as my favorite slicing software, and here I will explain the process of assembling that I did to make this:

  1. import from file number 1 to 6 at a time, specifically number 1 make the infill to 100% and the other is 10%.
  2. print number 7 which is multiplied to 5 times.
  3. print number 8 which is multiplied to 3 times.
  4. clean the print, try first before gluing it.
  5. cut the parts as shown in the picture above.
  6. to adjust the size of the rear wheel using sandpaper.
  7. then the assembly sequence is in the black-and-white picture attachment.

Hopefully the above explanation helps you, feel free if you have questions and suggestions, thank you.

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3D printing settings

Layer height: 0.08mm
Speed: 15-30mm/s
Travel: 120mm/s
Material: PLA (210°C hotend, 55°C heatbed)
Brim: 3mm (Outside)
Draftshield: 4mm (Full) - all landing gears

  • 3D model format: STL

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I am still in search of identity, I like airplanes and key chains, and never make sculptures. I need your help by downloading my design so I can continue working and upgrade the printer. And also input or request for the next model, thank you for your attention.

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Are all the names of the .stl files you download numbered? Because the instructions in the sequence above only use a number statement?