Update 26.12.2021: Added missing back half sphere / knob.
Update 05.12.2021: Added the stand to files.
Modeled the Destiny Ghost to be quickly printable / put together, single shells save a lot of time and the output is cleaner, the main body just snaps together after printing.
Fits 150x150 print bed, final full dimensions unscaled are 135mm width 139mm height 105mm depth without stand.
Added a new back sphere and a corresponding knob to outfit the ghost with a led tealight. https://www.ebay.com/itm/171239692713?_trksid=p2059210.m2749.l2649&var=470455566681&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
Use supports for the central part of the outside shell ( Steep spherical overhang )
Make sure you have adequate cooling for PLA ( atleast one 50mm blower straight to the nozzle ) and 45° overhangs print perfectly on your machine before attempting this print.
If the pegs are to tight print them at ~97% ( they do fit on a lin_adv + perfectly dialed in printer but you wont be able to take the ghost apart again ;) )
Use superglue to glue the LED tealight to the back half sphere and the knob. ( can still be unscrewed completely to change the led / battery )
Print the eye cap, blue glass and orange tips @ 0.1 layer height.
LED Back sphere
Print the knob with supports and @0.1 layer height
Print without supports, superglue logo.
Central spherical shells
Use supports for the central part of the shell ( Steep spherical overhang )
Use multiple processes to get the best results, 0.2 up to where the ring indents end, 0.1 for a smoother top surface.