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3d Printed spider for halloween

Discussion in 'Corrugated Plastic (Coro) & 3D Printing' started by logandc99, May 26, 2018.

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    Here is a 3d printed spider for halloween. He's 42cm long by 47cm wide. I realise the abdomen is a bit small but I'm limited by a 200mm print bed.
     

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    When you printed is the back part see through red filament or just regular? Want to print a few of these for Halloween, should get my printer next week!
     
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    Just realised that the abdomen isn't included in the file, could you please share?
     
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    Sorry, have been overseas for a bit so missed your post. I am at work at present so don't have access to my computer at home but here is a link to the spider on thingiverse which has all the files.
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2984644
     
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    Yes the abdomen was printed with transparent red. But I printed one in white (not transparent) and light still glows through it and being white, you can change the abdomen colour with the pixels.
     
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    Looks good. Glad to see someone getting use out of the file. Did you do any submodels for the spider in xlights for the various parts? If not I could share the xlights submodels I used for them.
     
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    Below is how I split it, would be great to see yours. Might have wired it slightly differently.

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    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <custommodel
    name="Spider-Whole" parm1="20" parm2="20" StringType="RGB Nodes" Transparency="0" PixelSize="2" ModelBrightness="" Antialias="1" StrandNames="" NodeNames="" CustomModel=",,,,,,,,,44,,,,,,,,,,;,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,;,,,,,,,,43,,,,,,,,,,,;,39,,,,,,45,,,,49,,48,,,,,,;,,,40,,38,,,,,47,,,,,,,,,;,35,,,,,,,42,50,,,,,,,,,,;,,,34,,33,37,,,46,,,,,,,,,,;,,,,,36,,41,,,51,,,,,,,,,;,,,32,,31,,,,,52,,,,,,,,,;,,,,,30,,,,,,53,,,,,,,,;,,,29,,,,,6,5,4,,3,2,1,,,,,;,,,,,28,,,,,7,,,,,,,,,;,,,,,27,23,,,8,,,,,,,,,,;,25,,26,24,19,,18,13,,,,,,,,,,,;,,,,20,,,14,,9,,,,,,,,,,;,21,,22,,,,,,,10,,,,,,,,,;,,,,,,,17,,,,11,12,,,,,,,;,,,,,,,15,,,,,,,,,,,,;,,,,,,,,16,,,,,,,,,,,;,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,," SourceVersion="2016.50"  >
    <subModel name="Body" layout="horizontal" type="ranges" line0="4,7,8,13,18,24,28,29,31,32,37,38,43,48,53"/>
    <subModel name="Thorax" layout="horizontal" type="ranges" line0="1,2,3"/>
    <subModel name="Eyes" layout="horizontal" type="ranges" line0="5,6"/>
    <subModel name="LeftLeg1" layout="horizontal" type="ranges" line0="25,26,27"/>
    <subModel name="LeftLeg2" layout="horizontal" type="ranges" line0="19,21,22,23"/>
    <subModel name="LeftLeg3" layout="horizontal" type="ranges" line0="14,15,16,17"/>
    <subModel name="LeftLeg4" layout="horizontal" type="ranges" line0="9,10,11,12"/>
    <subModel name="RightLeg1" layout="horizontal" type="ranges" line0="34,35,36"/>
    <subModel name="RightLeg2" layout="horizontal" type="ranges" line0="39,40,41,42"/>
    <subModel name="RightLeg3" layout="horizontal" type="ranges" line0="44,45,46,47"/>
    <subModel name="RightLeg4" layout="horizontal" type="ranges" line0="49,50,51,52"/>
    <subModel name="Feeler1" layout="horizontal" type="ranges" line0="30"/>
    <subModel name="FeelerRight" layout="horizontal" type="ranges" line0="33"/>
    </custommodel>
     

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