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Model is the Robot Drone from Silent Running (1971). It consists of several parts, that are glued together.
For some parts I changed the filament color at certain heights (it's not painted in any way).
Sweet! and a blast from my past too!! I cannot remember which one that is. Hewey, Dewey or Lewey? One of them got torn away and it has been 45 years since I saw it last.
Quote by kmanstudios I cannot remember which one that is. Hewey, Dewey or Lewey?
I cannot remember which one that is. Hewey, Dewey or Lewey?
According to this site: Drone #02, "Huey"
(a lot of pictures there)
Different colors or paints or mix? You really did it justice as it looks like a kit you would get from CultTVMan.
Quote by kmanstudios Different colors or paints or mix?
Different colors or paints or mix?
Basically it was: "Pause at Z" and change filament. Simple, but quite time consuming...
I saved some time with the Mark2.
I noticed, that I still have some "spare parts"...
Those are greebles for future endeavors!! Great job though. It really does look like a kit.
Why not Dual?
Mark 2 or UM3?
Quote by zerspaner_gerd Why not Dual?Mark 2 or UM3?
The model is not prepared for dual extrusion and editing of stl-files is not my favorite occupation... But it was actually printed on an early Mark 2 UM2+ iteration (a few months ago). The UM3 was only the light-box for taking pictures...