Mesh has 2 separate parts: seahorse and base. Two Blender files are included: one for print, the other for visualisation (vertex colour).
Video (with print result):
- Size in mm (x-y-z): 17.5 - 39.3 - 63.5
- Volume: 5.95 cm3
- Area: 40.95 cm2
- Size in mm (x-y-z): 29 - 39.5 - 5
- Volume: 4.45 cm3
- Area: 22.96 cm2
Both meshes show 0 errors in 3D Print Blender add-on.
- Printed on Prusa Mini
- Speed (in quality mode, 0.2 mm layer, with 5% infil): seahorse - 1h 9m, base - 16m
- Filament used: seahorse - 5.16 g (1.73 m), base - 2.92g (0.98m)
- The .3mf and .gcode files are available for download
- The figurine is full (to avoid thin walls when printing at different scale).
- If you are using transparent filament, I'd advice a spiral infil for best results.
- The supports for the seahorse are sufficient, but if you have issues with printing, lay the seahorse horizontally (but be aware that the layering will not look as nice as when it's standing).