Bestiary – Giant Owl

I’ve been getting consistently better prints, with finer quality layers, better supports, and fewer errors, using Cura 3 for slicing, compared to Slic3r. I’ve had a number of prints that failed, or had marginal errors, when slicing and printing creatures at 28mm scale. I decided to try my luck with Cura on a Giant Owl:

I did end up needing to reslice the owl to add brim/plate adhesion, as the supports for one of the wings pulled up twice in a row, breaking the print, but the print itself was excellent. A good addition to the bestiary, and a promising dive back into high quality creatures for gaming.

  • Source: Giant Owl
  • Maker: Harrison Baere
  • License: Creative Commons – Attribution – Share Alike
  • Model: Giant Owl
  • Material: Prusa White PLA 1.75mm
  • Final Size: 98.9mm x 47.5mm x 16.5mm
  • Print Date: 2018/01/14
  • Print Time:
    • Owl: 4 hours 22 minutes
    • Base: 35 minutes
  • Estimated Print Time:
    • Owl: 4 hours 30 minutes
    • Base: 35 minutes
  • Estimated Filament:
    • Owl: 3.0 meters
    • Base: 1.8 meters
  • Slicer: Cura 3
  • Slicer Settings:
    • 0.06mm layers Owl / 0.2mm layers Base
    • 20% infill
    • supports
    • build plate adhesion

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