Tiny glass robots [update with 0.025mm pics]

Tiny glass robotOk, not glass. But it certainly looks like it! This is a quick robot pendent I modeled in Blender today and 3D printed on my Form 1. It took just a little over an hour to print at 0.05mm per layer. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves (hint: it’s awesome!)

UPDATE: I re-printed the robot at 0.025mm layer height and added pics. See second gallery below.

Robot pendent at 0.025mm layer height:

3 thoughts on “Tiny glass robots [update with 0.025mm pics]

  1. Hi,
    I see some banding on the prints.. Is that part of your print? If not, are you able to set the printer to a different resolution so there is no banding? I’m thinking of buying this printer for jewelry design and would like to have smooth and clean surfaces. thanks

    • I re-printed the robot at 0.025mm layer height and posted the pics. They were NOT part of the design, however if I had printed it totally flat the banding would have been much more minimal, only on a few areas. However, any banding in the 0.025mm one is not noticeable to the naked eye, and even barely noticeable in the macro pics.

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