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Gotcha! keychain

3D model description

This keychain is for the SLA printer owners among us. Or if you scale the file up, you could be able to print the complete text.
I did print the positive version and got the text ´gotcha´ clearly printed on my Ultimaker2+ (FFF/FDM). I don't own a SLA printer but i think it will print better on those type of printers. Or even SLS printer.. Either way it's a funny model. I made this for a friend who plays this game every day. I hope someone with a SLA printer will print this model and share some pictures. And i hope you guys like the model.

Happy ('3D') printing!

Raimon of IdeaLab

3D printing settings

I have printed this model in white Ultimaker PLA with an 0.4mm nozzle at 0.15mm layer height. I used 18% infill. I did use a brim, but i'm sure you can do without.. .no worries!

Design steps

I downloaded the picture of google, and made it an 3D model (see video*). I merged the 3D model with a keychain template, this way i made the 'positive' file. In 123D Design i made the 'negative' file using the substract function. In netfabb i have repaired the STL file.

I used this video* for making a 2d picture into a 3d model:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6cmClwLhz8 (video is under 6 min.)

  • 3D file format: STL

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Creator

Raimon Elctrncs is a 3D designer. Has been designing since 2017. He is an active member of several websites dedicated to the sharing of user-created digital design files. He finished the project of building a Velleman K8200 3D printer kit. The designs are a contribution to the 3D printing community (..you).

Upcoming project will contain just what came to mind.

Raimon Elctrncs lives in the Netherlands, Europe.

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