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Hal Hearst


hhearst commented on Female Elf Druid by mz4250
January 7, 2018
Female Elf Druid
hhearst @mz4250 Simplify3D. Also, just printed straight up with supports. Not on the back. This is what I was getting before repairing the model.
hhearst First off, thanks for all these models. It is super appreciated. I bought a 3D Printers as an impulse by on Black Friday and 95% of what I have printed has been of your creation. Thanks. As i am a total noob, I am not sure if this is helpful, or if I am doing something wrong, but for this particular model, I could not get a good print. Using my slicing software, even the print preview showed a funny head with gaps and holes in it. After taking the model thought a "model repair service" which closes holes/fixes geometry, I was able to now get a beautiful print. I also had the same problem with the Female Rogue one. I guess my software does not like your hoods. LOL. So, not sure if this is helpful... but FYI. And thanks again!!


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