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Question Feb. 11th.

What was the biggest failure your 3D Printer produced?

If you don't have one: What paintjob/conversion/sculpt failed terribly?

 

Were you able to save it?

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34 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Question Feb. 11th:

[...3D Printer...]

If you don't have one: What paintjob/ conversion/ sculpt failed terribly?

I made an attempt at recreating “Harry the Hammer” using ordinary chaos warrior parts from a multi-part plastic kit. This is Harrry:

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He has a Hammer. He bashes Skeletons with it. (...because Warhammer...)

 

Anyway, I found him when I was looking for converted things for the last question. His head had snapped off. And I had never completed him, there was a cape and a shield that never got attached because they’d be easier to paint without being attached. 

 

34 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Were you able to save it?

Not yet.

But I did bag up the parts. 

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43 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Question Feb. 11th.

What was the biggest failure your 3D Printer produced?

If you don't have one: What paintjob/conversion/sculpt failed terribly?

 

Were you able to save it?

Hmm...biggest failure....a tangled mess of filament after the printer tried to print the next layer on top of nothing instead of on top of the previous layer...

 

Either that or anything after a nozzle jam

or the unintentional greek bust in 28mm scale after supports failed...

 

No photos of any of these though

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1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

Question Feb. 11th.

What was the biggest failure your 3D Printer produced?

If you don't have one: What paintjob/conversion/sculpt failed terribly?

 

Were you able to save it?

First figure I did with contrast paints turned into a mess, and I couldn't salvage the paint job at the time. A nice bath in Simple Green and a new coat of primer had him ready to go for a second try, though.

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3 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Question Feb. 11th.

What was the biggest failure your 3D Printer produced?

If you don't have one: What paintjob/conversion/sculpt failed terribly?

 

Were you able to save it?

 

There are probably others, but the one occasion that springs to mind was when I tried to speedpaint my way through my Age Of Sigmar starter set. 

I'd painted a few out of the set normally, but there were still a load left, so I basecoated everything, slopped on a ton of Brown Wash to quickly shade them and totally ruined them.

 

Didn't save them, didn't even try. I was so annoyed at myself for messing up, I got rid of them.

(Which in itself was a big mistake as they never did release the Blood Stoker separately and he looked so cool!) 

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3 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Question Feb. 11th.

What was the biggest failure your 3D Printer produced?

If you don't have one: What paintjob/conversion/sculpt failed terribly?

 

Were you able to save it?

The biggest failures I had with 3d printing were files that just could not get through processing because I left walls that were too thin. 

 

Non 3d printing. I've screwed up a bunch of conversion projects over the years. Some got fixed others were just wrecked. 

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Biggest 3d print failure was when the filament got tangled on the roll and then broke off at the Bowden tube aboit 3/4 of the way through an eight hour print.  Lost thebtime and a couple of dolloars of filament.  I use the failed dungeon tiles as risers for other tiles so it wasn't a total loss.

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Well this one is pretty easy!!!

First layer I thought was good to go but it came loose while I was at work that night. My wife (who is the butcher block supervisor) came in & told me my printer was doing things but nothing was printing. I had to wait for anther 2 to 3 hrs before I could see for myself.

 

I came home to what you see in the pics, a "glob of death". The filament backed up inside the nozzle & then went where it felt like. Due to this I haven't printed in close to a year it seems. Just lazy & procrastinating on my part. Since this was my first GoD, I figured I'd just replace everything that the filament covered. I'm hoping to do that soon as I need Patrick Keith's new "warforged" figure by Monday!!

 

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6 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Question Feb. 11th.

What was the biggest failure your 3D Printer produced?

 

I was printing a Hero Forge mini for a friend and didn't get the supports right.  The whole mini printed as a puddle on the FEP.

 

 

6 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Question Feb. 11th.

 

If you don't have one: What paintjob/conversion/sculpt failed terribly?

 

 

I have only ever shown a few people this, as it is extremely embarrassing.  Early in my career as a sculptor, Reaper asked me for some wolves.  I am ashamed to admit that I actually sculpted this AND sent it to Reaper.  I give you, the pig wolf:

 

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:lol: :blush:

 

I cringe every time I see that.  I wonder if Ron still has it sitting around somewhere.  Thankfully, they never produced it.  I have gotten better at wolves now: ::D:

 

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c. Dark Sword Miniatures

 

 

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5 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Question Feb. 11th.

What was the biggest failure your 3D Printer produced?

If you don't have one: What paintjob/conversion/sculpt failed terribly?

 

Were you able to save it?

Don't have a 3D printer, so I'll go for question #2

I had a Bones Strumpet mini that I was painting up, trying to use colors I don't usually use, but it just looked awful. I "saved" it by buying a new Strumpet and painting her, and then cutting the arms off the one I had and affixing them to a Bones barmaid mini I'd bought to cannibalize the beer mugs from and so was otherwise missing her limbs...

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5 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Question Feb. 11th.

What was the biggest failure your 3D Printer produced?

If you don't have one: What paintjob/conversion/sculpt failed terribly?

 

Were you able to save it?

Several of my earlier attempts using clear green resin to print some slime monster for D&D.  Many were just little flat discs on the FEP, so no, they were not salvageable.  Now that I have my settings a bit more dialed in and prints seem to be working better (knocks on wood as a 15 hour print is currently nearing completion at home, unattended...).  

 

 

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6 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Question Feb. 11th.

What was the biggest failure your 3D Printer produced?

If you don't have one: What paintjob/conversion/sculpt failed terribly?

 

Were you able to save it?

 

I've had lots of failures with my 3D printer.  Most are either "oops, I forgot to check how much filament was left on the spool" or "oops,  I didn't notice that things weren't sticking as well as usual".

I usually don't take pictures of either of those.

The one major failure I had was my first really big print (20+ hours).

This was likely a corruption of the gcode.  I checked on the print at 2 am or so and the printer was stopped.  There was nothing on the screen at all, but the bed and nozzle were still hot.  It had printed to here:

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and stopped, with the hot nozzle touching the plastic still.  You can see the little black mark there on the rim.  Of course the plastic just melted and scorched a bit and then wasn't in contact any more, so there was no real fire risk, but I did have to put up with that scorched plastic smell for a few days.

And I was able to save this one.  I figured out approximately the level it had died at.  I printed just a couple of rings to zero it in:

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And when I had it as close to perfect as I could get I printed the rest.

cooling_tower_2_parts.jpg

 

 

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I have only ever shown a few people this, as it is extremely embarrassing.  Early in my career as a sculptor, Reaper asked me for some wolves.  I am ashamed to admit that I actually sculpted this AND sent it to Reaper.  I give you, the pig wolf:

 

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I like it!!! Kinda has a badger-wolf-whatever has long front legs critter look going. A wizard's attempt to recreate the owlbear!!

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6 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Question Feb. 11th.

What was the biggest failure your 3D Printer produced?

If you don't have one: What paintjob/conversion/sculpt failed terribly?

 

Were you able to save it?

 

3D Prints have been perfect...I don't have one; SO perfection is guaranteed.

Painting & sculpting have seen some horrendous flubs over the years, but nothing interesting comes to mind. Most were just stripped of their offending paint or whatever & repainted.

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