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Egyptian Mythology Display

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Finished printing

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Finished printing

Today saw the last figures come off the printer so I have produced the above infographic to cover what has been involved in the printing.

 

It’s taken over a month to print all the stuff (and I didn’t print every unit in the Patreon) so there’s no way I could keep up with their monthly releases unless I had two printers running or I was getting up in the middle of the night to ensure the printer was running 24/7.

 

The 71 print runs only include six miss-prints which is not bad going. Certainly much better than the success rate I got with my first printer. These fails were all due to bad model alignment on my part.

 

The total cost factors in all the equipment and consumables I’ve bought for 3D printing, which I divide by the total amount of resin I’ve used since I started printing.  This project accounts for about half the resin I have every printed, so about half the cost of both my printers, ultrasonic bath, UV curing box, and consumables are included in this figure.

 

The resin cost represents what I have actually spent directly on this project, plus the £12.50 for the month’s Patreon subscription.

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