May 22, 2014 AT 5:00 am

STL Show & Tell: Lara Croft #3DPrinting #3DThursday

Lara Croft 3D Printed and Painted

Google+ user Berry Jordaan shared a great project showing a great print and amazing paint job. At first glance, one could easily assume it’s a SLA print. This is a great example of how an FDM print can have great surface quality.

I finished printing and painting my Lara Croft. Fun model to print and paint. I had to cleanup the mesh and create my own base.
It was sliced with Replicatorg (Yawn) and printed on my MBot.

Designed by thingiverse user Zabs10
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1 Comment

  1. But what is the technique that made such a smooth surface on the print?

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