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3D Printing Miniatures at Home

Recently, I've purchased a ELEGOO Ender 3 3D printer. I put it together in less than 2 hours and have been printing on it every since. I use Cura with the defaults for CR-10 and PLA. So far, no real problems with printing miniatures and terrains.

I found that printing with 20% infill in more than enough when it comes to miniatures that requires no support. But when I print miniatures with support, sometimes the arms, legs, and other thin objects break when I try to pull off the support.

Maybe infill needs to be 100% when the miniature needs support?

What are you experiences 3D printing miniatures at home?

Tue, 25 Sep 2018 02:50:47 -0700

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