LOL! It was probably the other set of wheel wells. Those take a MASSIVE amount of supports and so are basically surrounded by junk that needs to be pried off. Doesn't look like anything other than a skyscraper when it's printing.I saw something printing a couple of days ago and thought "that can't be part of the DeLorean!"
Just watched you take them off the printer in a recent twitch video. Scared the heck out of me when you started ripping them apart by hand, but you seem to know what you're doingLOL! It was probably the other set of wheel wells. Those take a MASSIVE amount of supports and so are basically surrounded by junk that needs to be pried off. Doesn't look like anything other than a skyscraper when it's printing.
I could lie them down so they don't use so much material, but the taller orientation hides the layer lines and you get a smoother overall finish. I'll have to get a good camera set up for painting this.
This finally finished printing last night! Here's a couple photos showing the mudguard pieces with and without all the support material.
What part is this right now? Last time I looked an hour ago, I couldn't tell.
LOL not willingly. I ain't giving up though. I'm stuck in here until I die.Wow, you bought a new one!
Honestly, it's not too bad. It's no simple, but it's definitely enjoyable for people who like doing this kind of thing. I build the Mk3 years ago, but as a first-timer it probably took a 3 days doing it for a while in the evenings. This one is the upgraded model from the Mk3 (the Mk3S) with a better probe and improvements to little things. Too bad the DeLorean has to take a rest though.Is it hard to assemble?