B-Stock Goku Enail
B-Stock Goku Enail:
Long story short: 3D printing can be frustrating. There are literally hundreds of ways for it to go wrong — from hardware to model design to software. Honestly I am not quite sure yet what happened with this one, but I suspect the model design itself.
The result was a blobby/bumpy texture uniformly printed around the head/bust piece. There is also some under-filling on the back sphere (which is actually still a lot more solid than it appears). Also, there is a rattling if you happen to shake the piece around due to a loose part that was printed internally.
Take advantage of my mistake for a crazy low price. It took over 8 hours just to print this; not including design time which I lost track of time on. This may put in perspective what a crazy deal this is. I am going to try to fix the model and print a better version soon.
Availability: In stock
Care For 3D Printed Items
All 3D printed items must be handled with a reasonable level of care to avoid weakening and/or warping the structure. 3D FDM printing uses a layer-by-layer construction — as opposed to standard injection molding which has no layers but is one uniform piece. Any transport of 3D printed items requires sufficient padding and avoidance of stacking heavy objects on top of these items or around them without sufficient padding and/or bracing.
Please keep 3D printed items out of direct sunlight. Intense direct sunlight a very hot environment may result in slight warpage. Care should be taken to keep any 3D printed away from intense heat (over 90F) or the risk of warpage may increase. In most cases the warpage is very slight and hardly noticeable; but some caution is warranted regarding this.