Izabelle by RG 3D print model
All models test printed. Printed on Creality CR-10 S4 at 200mm hight using PLA- at 232c, Nozzle- .4mm, Layer Height- .2mm, Walls- 5Top 4Side 4Bottom, Speed- 15mmSec, Supports- Yes, Raft- Yes set to 2base layers 2Top layers with no seperation, Cooling- Above neck at 30% fan speed. Thoughts: A solid 3d print with fine detail at 200mm tall. Noticed a difference in dimensional height from screen to model so if you want an exact match reduce hight (not scale) 10% to 15% before printing.
3D printing tips: The best print speed can be determined by the nozzle temperature's stability so if you can reduce temp fluctuations on the hot end a better result will be achieved and never use cooling at low hights to prevent warping of the base and never cool above 30% fan speed on fast printed narrow parts and the very top where the hot end stays on a small area. I always use a raft on a glass heated bed at 72c for PLA and make the raft part of the base by setting seperation and offset to zero this makes a solid foundation and improves bed adhesion for tall prints and reduces filament waste. Infill should always print both directions for every layer this makes walls and top surfaces much cleaner especially at higher layers and adds strength. Supports should be at 55deg. angle or less with a density of about 20% for tall prints and double up on tall supports by adding adjacent collumns. Many failed prints are the result of environmental temperature fluctuations that make the heated bed temp non uniform and this leads to warping and nozzle/print collisions knocking over supports or the model itself.