Mushroom House map, 3D Printed

Posted 1 year ago2019-03-06 16:34:40 UTC
I re-modeled the geometry from hammer in rhino and 3D printed a model of the house from my map.

It would be really cool to build some day.
3D Print House - 13D Print House - 1
3D Print House - 23D Print House - 2
3D Print House - 33D Print House - 3
The small holes in the grass part are for fake trees. :)


Commented 1 year ago2019-03-06 16:44:51 UTC Comment #101860
Seems pretty rough. Can you set a higher resolution for the printing nozzle?

Owning a 3D printer has been a desire for me for quite some time though I'm not sure I'd fully take advantage of it and even a decent entry-level model is between 200$-400$. Right now if I want something printed I'll call some friends who have one.

I'm actually searching for some free 3D modeller I could use to create a structure I need. I've heard good things about FreeCad, though people say it's a complicated. I've dabbled with blender before, but blender is too generic and requires god-level dedication to master it.
Commented 1 year ago2019-03-06 17:55:53 UTC Comment #101861
Yea this 3D printer is my old GMAX by G Create. Its nozzle size is bigger than most 3D printers but when I had my Ultimaker 2+ the micron level you could achieve was much much higher.

Just make sure it has a high micron level comparable to the Ultimaker 2+.

Blender is extremely powerful but for dimensioned models I recommend buying a student license of Rhino 6.0

Don't skimp on your program, and Rhino is cheap and i've used it to develop a small machine product.
Commented 1 year ago2019-03-07 14:37:24 UTC Comment #101863
Image links broke pl0x fix
Commented 1 year ago2019-03-07 15:07:00 UTC Comment #101864
if you build it youre gonna have hordes of flatearthers with tinfoil hats setting up tents around the house, waiting for it to take off and for you to finally reveal why you came to this planet
Commented 1 year ago2019-03-07 20:02:10 UTC Comment #101865
Sorry Ghost129er they work for me. Dang Photobucket.

Ha yea Bruce, it does look like a little UFO perched up on the column.
Commented 1 year ago2019-03-08 11:12:08 UTC Comment #101867
Nice! I'm always envious/jealous of people with 3D Printers. There's so much to do with them like R/C servo mounts, control horns, motor firewalls, custom gears (experimental), prototyping designs, R/C Car rims, etc.

It's on the bucket list for one day.
Commented 1 year ago2019-03-11 17:48:49 UTC Comment #101888
Look into cheaper printers. I've seen them go for like 300 bucks and their supposed micron layer resolutions aren't too bad.

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