Free 3d print model

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Free 3D Print model of Uncle Scooge

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I am curious to know his name in your country (Oncle Picsou in french ;) )

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Posted almost 6 years ago
2

"Zio Paperone" in Italy : )

Posted almost 6 years ago
2

that's sound great :)

fabelar wrote
fabelar
or "Paperon de' Paperoni"
Supercigale wrote
Supercigale
hahaha really sounds like kind of pizza :)
Posted almost 6 years ago
3

"Tio Patinhas" in Brazil hahah...

Posted almost 6 years ago
2

Uncle Scrooge is awesome! I really like how it prints with the shiny orange.

Posted almost 6 years ago
1

the shiny aspect comes with acetone vapor bath

Thank for your kind comment ;)

Posted almost 6 years ago
-1

THE ASPECT

Posted almost 6 years ago
0

donal duck XD

Posted almost 6 years ago
0

I really want to learn more about how to make these 3D prints. This one looks pretty great! Where did you have yours printed?

Supercigale wrote
Supercigale
I use this printer is the cheapest on the market. I am very satisfied : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lHAk6jUFTk To print a model like Uncle Scrooge, it takes three hours. the glossy effect is obtained with an acetone vapor bath. just put a little acetone in a jar and heat, suspend the model in the vapors (without touching acetone) for one or two minutes
Posted almost 6 years ago
1

for this model i think you can print it with almost any printer
the only thing to focus is the 'overhang'
(where the the filament will drop into air)
like the hands, mouth , and back hair

you have to add support material for those areas

the shiny + smooth finish just like SuperCigale said :
bathing the object into vapor of acetone (acetone vapor bath)

Supercigale wrote
Supercigale
no need to add support materials, the printer produces at the same time the supports and the model with a finest plastic layer, so it takes off easily
alovrio wrote
Thankyou , your info is very helpfull form me :)

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