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Big Whale Jumping

3D model description

Size: 144 x 148 x 81 mm

Printer: Cubicon Style

Material: PLA natural

Layer 0.2 mm, Wall 1.2 mm, Infill 10%

Note: I put a manual support beneath the tip of whale’s left flipper (top 0.4, middle 4, bottom 8 mm size).

Files:
Whale_and_water.stl --> Updated to 'Whale_and_water_fixed.stl'
Boat.stl
Human.stl
Hat.stl

Other information:

I never joined whale watching yet, but their many photographs are real astonishments to me all the time.
I designed this little sculpture with Rhino, focusing on the astonishing giant scale of whale body (in contrast with a tiny human figure) as well as the dynamic movement of the largest see creature ever found.

For ease of colouring, I have separated the boat, the human figure, and the hat. Assembly should be quite easy, but dealing with tiny parts might annoy you - I beg your pardon.

Thank you and have fun!

[Important Notice] Update on 7Jul2019
Thanks to a customer's feedback, I made a revision of my original design (Whale_and_water.stl) and eliminated all the surface & mesh problems when printing. Please download 'Whale_and_water_fixed.stl' instead of 'Whale_and_sater.stl'. Thank you.

For further range of models, please visit my print shop at https://www.shapeways.com/shops/hisgoodcreation.

3D printing settings

Printer:
Cubicon Style

Rafts:
Doesn't Matter

Supports:
Yes

Resolution:
0.2 mm

Infill:
10%

Notes:
I put a manual support beneath the tip of whale’s left flipper (top 0.4, middle 4, bottom 8 mm size).

  • 3D file format: STL

Tags

Creator

Honor to join Cults community. I am from Seoul, Korea, and science and nature are my primary scope of design.

Please visit my print shop at https://www.shapeways.com/shops/hisgoodcreation, where further range of models are available.

License

CC BY SA


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