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原文網址 Hoghead Hoffer
2020-03-26 11:20:45

Something I thought I would share with members here. If you want a cheap way to not finger your models while painting and they are tiny, buy some 3d glue dots and stick one on top a testers paint bottle. then stick your model to that. I never paint the bottoms of my bases because sometimes in humidity the paint on the bottom sticks to stuff they are sitting on. After your paint fully drys just twist the model and keep twisting and evetually the glue dot releases leaving no residue on ur model. The leftover gluedot on the testers is then trashed and a new one installed.

我想我會在這裡與各位成員分享的東西. 如果你想要廉價的方法在畫畫時不手指你的模特, 就買一些3 d膠水點, 然後把一個貼在測試人員油漆瓶上. 那就堅持你的模特. 我從來沒有畫過底座的底部, 因為有時在濕度時, 底部的油漆, 他們坐在上面的東西. 你的油漆完全乾燥後, 只要扭曲模型, 繼續扭曲, 並且實際上膠水點釋放, 你的模型上沒有殘留物. 然後, 測試人員上的剩餘的膠水被扔掉, 並安裝了一個新的.

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Chris Roberts
2020-03-26 11:24:42

Juliet Starling!

Che Fielding
2020-03-26 11:29:09

Miniature and figure painters have been doing this for years with blu tack, which is reusable and can also be employed as am masking material. Unless you're mounting a lot at once though a GW mini clamp handle is only £5 or there are FDM 3D printable versions.

Josh Berkley
2020-03-26 11:29:13

I like this idea. I use some loctite blue putty and a toothpick sometimes and hold the toothpick in my fingers. Same principle

Josh Berkley
2020-03-26 11:29:37

Che Fielding this is what I do

Hoghead Hoffer
2020-03-26 11:31:01

Che Fielding I have considered buying one. does it hold irregular shapes or just circles

Hoghead Hoffer
2020-03-26 11:31:12

Josh Berkley cool idea as well

Josh Berkley
2020-03-26 11:34:58

I have a rotating lazy Susan type stand that I absolutely love. Works especially well for larger things like terrain and structures but it has clips and holes that I use to stabilize the small figures on the toothpicks and get a 360 angle at them while not dealing with any trembling in the hands (though I believe any mini figure painter or model builder could perform surgery with ease). It's made by Tamiya

Che Fielding
2020-03-26 11:38:42

They hold irregular shapes in the sense of GW oval bases. The clamps are stepped so they won't hold anything that's a crazy shape but as long as the base is on the same level and not too weird yes.
If you have an FDM printer though there are a few good files.

Falcon Tom
2020-03-26 11:48:26

Seems really wasteful.

Joe Kirkus
2020-03-26 12:07:12

I use popsicle craft sticks and a bit of superglue. Though that’s just from years of miniature wargaming prior to printing things myself.

Justin Scott Larson
2020-03-26 12:15:10

I just use blu tack

Tim Parks
2020-03-26 12:45:40

Do you paint your minis with Testors?

Hoghead Hoffer
2020-03-26 12:51:53

Falcon Tom opinion

Hoghead Hoffer
2020-03-26 12:52:56

Tim Parks no, I use the bottle to hold them. I have huge hands. I wear a size 18 ring.. tiny things are not held well with my hands

Tim Parks
2020-03-26 13:15:09

Hoghead Hoffer Ya. I use craft paint bottles and do the same thing with sticky tack when I’m painting more then one. I’ve got a GW mini holder for single model painting though, just because they are really comfortable to hold and paint.

I was just curious with you because I haven’t heard of someone using testors for painting minis in a long time.

Adam Cartmer
2020-03-26 19:52:02

Finger your models?
*touch the resin
Yeh, that sounds better

Ricardo Sebastian Ibacache Guerr
2020-03-26 22:56:09

That mini looks overexposed

Hoghead Hoffer
2020-03-26 23:08:03

Ricardo Sebastian Ibacache Guerra not the point of the post either..

Jonathan Alvarado
2020-03-26 23:34:42

nah I think he meant finger. theres some juicy models out there ofcourse

Mark Rhodes
2020-03-27 01:29:29

At first with all the virus craziness goin on i thought this was some weird ass toilet paper that sticks to the finger tip or something.

Austin Cordova
2020-03-27 01:35:46

I've been using the same dirty blue tac similarly for months. Works great.

Hoghead Hoffer
2020-03-27 02:01:53

Austin Cordova that naughty tac has alot of people hooked lol

Falcon Tom
2020-03-27 03:17:55

Hoghead Hoffer Fact, when compared to that blue putty... or anything reusable.

Hoghead Hoffer
2020-03-27 05:12:53

Falcon Tom its an opinion

Falcon Tom
2020-03-27 05:59:50

In the same way 2>1 is an opinion...

Adam Cartmer
2020-03-27 06:35:06

Hoghead Hoffer
2020-03-27 08:53:22

Falcon Tom maybe I don’t like using something covered in germs? like reusable putty. Both of us have opinions. Ours are different.

Shane McAlister
2020-03-28 00:44:30

give me a break, its not wasteful. Hes using it to suit his needs, you use what suits your needs... hes not branding you wasteful... who are you? Greta Thunberg?

原文網址 Ariel Santiago
2020-03-09 10:46:48

Why there’s a bump forming around one of the drainage holes? Is it because or the uncured resin on the inside or humidity?


Ryan Tudor
2020-03-09 10:56:06

Ariel Santiago
2020-03-09 11:03:39

Ryan Tudor
2020-03-09 11:35:30

Ariel Santiago
2020-03-09 19:50:51

Ryan Tudor
2020-03-09 21:46:37

Ariel Santiago
2020-03-09 22:25:12

原文網址 Alessandro Morigi
2019-12-06 06:49:39

Two questions: is there a humidity level that must be adhered to for resin printing?
Simeone advise shaking the resin bottle before use, but by doing so bubbles are formed, isn't it then that I find them in the printed piece?


Jarin Udom
2019-12-06 06:51:36

James Lockwood
2019-12-06 06:52:11

Ian Gill
2019-12-06 06:53:06

Jim Nelson
2019-12-06 07:02:22

Nick Wells
2019-12-06 07:07:58

Alessandro Morigi
2019-12-06 07:24:57

Alessandro Morigi
2019-12-06 07:25:54

Alessandro Morigi
2019-12-06 07:32:13

James Lockwood
2019-12-06 07:56:07

Thanos Panagiotaros
2019-12-06 09:00:35

Tiernan Messmer
2019-12-06 09:24:37

Oscar Salazar
2019-12-06 11:19:05

Smith Hayward
2019-12-06 23:51:32

Chris Bondy
2019-12-06 23:55:08

David Rainosek
2019-12-07 07:34:34

Alessandro Morigi
2019-12-07 09:15:47

原文網址 Ross Gates
2019-11-26 07:46:58

Hi Guys, need a bit of a hand getting my initial test print going. as you can see in the picture it's a fair bit wobbly, but I'm not sure how to fix it, most of my googling indicates to change the exposure time, but I would have thought for the test model with the provided resin that should already be set up fairly well.

I had a previous print that failed to adhere to the build plate, but I managed to sort that by releveling it. I drained and filtered the vat, cleaned the failed print off the base of it but there was still some faint smudges even after wiping it with IPA. Could this be the cause?

The other thing I'm wondering is if the temperature here would have caused it? it was around 30 celsius in the room for most of the print with a high humidity.

Should also note it's a Photon S for any difference that makes.


Dan Elent
2019-11-26 07:51:01

Ross Gates
2019-11-26 07:52:08

Dan Elent
2019-11-26 08:39:46

Dan Elent
2019-11-26 08:40:15

Ross Gates
2019-11-26 08:49:06

Dan Elent
2019-11-26 09:03:45

Ross Gates
2019-11-26 09:04:41

Scott Bez Brew
2019-11-26 09:12:55

Scott Bez Brew
2019-11-26 09:13:55

Matthew Dickey
2019-11-26 12:02:04

Tiernan Messmer
2019-11-27 17:38:05

Joel Reid
2019-11-27 17:40:31

Tiernan Messmer
2019-11-27 17:41:10

原文網址 Josh N Bee
2019-10-27 21:57:22

Soooo...Working in a none insulated Garage. Live in New England. 50 Degrees and Raining...How will the Photon fare with humidity and current temps. Should I start to consider bringing the unit inside to warmer/less shady weather?


Clay Whitter
2019-10-27 22:02:53

Josh N Bee
2019-10-27 22:28:33

Clay Whitter
2019-10-27 22:33:04

Clay Whitter
2019-10-27 22:34:22

Josh N Bee
2019-10-27 22:39:23

Clay Whitter
2019-10-27 22:40:52

Josh N Bee
2019-10-27 22:43:06

Clay Whitter
2019-10-27 22:46:27

Jeff Greenfield
2019-10-28 00:02:37

Allan Jarnagin
2019-10-28 02:39:33

原文網址 Marco Federici
2019-10-25 11:54:21

Hello all. Got some fails last days and don’t know why. The process to create a file is meshmixer for fixing the model and hollowing, prusa slicer for support then chitubox for slicing and finally photon validator for fixing islands. The result is that only supports are coming out without nothing sticking on them. The only difference than before is that here in Italy now is autumn and we got some more umidity and low temp. Any advice? This is going drive me crazy ?

Edit: resin is anycubic translucent green, base layer exposition time is 90sec for 4 layers then 8 sec each layer.


Stefan Giudici
2019-10-25 12:09:15

原文網址 Eduardo Ceballos
2019-10-09 04:09:59

Buenas noches a todos, tengo un problema con mi impresora. Trató de imprimir una pieza de 100mm de longitud, pero la impresión termina midiendo 105,52. Vamos que me realiza el trabajo ampliando en ambos ejes X-Y, sabéis cual puede ser el problema?.


原文網址 Samuel
2019-09-18 08:14:11

Turns out, leaving anycubic clear in the vat for 48 hours while printing will turn it amber. I think it's the exposure to oxygen that is causing it, or maybe the humidity. When I first poured it it was clear! Oh well! Once it stops raining I'm going to apply some poly to my prints to see if they clear up. The Vader is slightly more amber because it was the second print.


2019-09-18 08:15:56

Dave Fishpig
2019-09-18 09:15:36

2019-09-18 11:23:53

Dave Fishpig
2019-09-18 12:35:01

Thanh M. Vu
2019-09-18 16:21:47

2019-09-19 00:46:44

原文網址 Casper Kirketerp-Helenius
2019-09-13 13:21:05

So, back at this after two flawless prints.
- Warped supports
- Unfinished models (the shield of a lizardman is slightly cut off)
- Excessive heavy supports (Breaking off parts of the models)
- Light supports that does not connect to the model
- Very low detail level

What the heck am I doing wrong?
- No AA (haven’t updated firmware)
- AnyCubic Grey resin
- Settings from Google Sheet
- Room temp 20C, humidity a little High (>80%)
- Sliced using ChiTuBox (not the latest version, but only one version back)


Susan Sioux Mercer
2019-09-13 13:27:27

Spike Walker
2019-09-13 14:47:57

Casper Kirketerp-Helenius
2019-09-13 14:54:19

Casper Kirketerp-Helenius
2019-09-13 14:55:05

Spike Walker
2019-09-13 15:06:32

Casper Kirketerp-Helenius
2019-09-13 15:26:02

Ric Watts
2019-09-13 19:15:31

Casper Kirketerp-Helenius
2019-09-13 19:28:08

Casper Kirketerp-Helenius
2019-09-13 20:42:55

原文網址 Chad Elstad
2019-08-23 04:06:38

How long do folks let their prints off-gas, etc before priming? I tried priming a model about an hour after printing and a little bit later I went to check it and saw something like condensation had come through the primer.

I work in an air conditioned house so humidity is not an issue.


Rick Graham
2019-08-23 04:08:41

Chad Elstad
2019-08-23 04:10:20

2019-08-23 04:12:11

Chad Elstad
2019-08-23 04:17:36

Tim Moulton
2019-08-23 04:40:15

Derek Reihe
2019-08-23 05:04:25

Rob McEwen
2019-08-23 05:08:47

Scott Pavlich
2019-08-23 07:47:27

2019-08-23 12:05:43

Chad Elstad
2019-08-23 20:36:11

Gary Houser
2019-08-23 20:51:31