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Modular Necromancer Ship
by Eric W. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 10/02/2020 16:44:09

The aftcastle skull was a great place to start the print. The model prints very easy. I only experienced a few problems during printing, and they were due to clogging print heads or getting the temperature right to avoid whiskers. I did have to do a fair amount of trimming under the deck boards of scragly material. In some cases that material was needed to support the deck planking. The bone patterns and connections line up well. The dragon figure head was a bit fussy to print and attach. I broke it several times and eventually had to skip using the ful clips. I'm not sure if it was from shrinkage in the prow receiver of the clip or just the competing angles of the clips. It still attached and looks pretty good. I have not tried to paint any of it yet, but I printed in white to give it a good enough look without paint.



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Modular Necromancer Ship
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Creator Reply:
Thank you for the review Eric!! I might go through and reinforce the decking tiles along the edges to help prevent board damage. I can look at dropping vertical supports to help prevent the hanging tendrils that happen- but I had personally liked their appearance with the decking and thought it added to the look of age on the pieces. The dragon figurehead definitely prints best in PLA+, I am sorry that it was fussy for you. Glad to hear that you liked the ship as a whole, and I'll play with the options to help reduce print headaches :-)
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