Jellyfish Chess set! For everyone who saw my chess set and wanted to print one, I will save you some time by posting my STL files here. (FYI- if you like the chess board in the photos, I will be posting those files soon)
Please TIP me if you are happy that I saved you some time. 🙂
These files should print fine without any fancy settings. BUT..If you want to duplicate my results then please read the printer settings notes below.
I like how they look if you pause the print and change the filament so the bell part of the jelly is a different color. I just have a single extruder, so I have to pause and change the filament if I want to use another color.
I am exploring deliberately making drooloops, (I made that word up, droop+loop) and trying to harness the neat shapes you can get.
Please let me know how your prints turn out and post pics. I love seeing other’s experiments and results. Printer settings can change the effect so have fun with this planned chaos!
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