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11 minutes ago, JoeGKushner said:

 

 

Man I wish Artisian Guild did 28mm instead of their 35mm scale.  Very tempting.

Have you seen Asgard Rising's draugr? They are in 28 and 32, you can get them as a late pledge on MMF.

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1 hour ago, JoeGKushner said:

 

 

Man I wish Artisian Guild did 28mm instead of their 35mm scale.  Very tempting.

 

You can always re-scale. It's a pain, but it's always a option.

 

Looking forward to seeing that batch in Chitu.

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Well that means I will have to join Artisan Guild once again...

 

As for rescaling I don't find it that hard. Put a mini on the build plate that is the right size for you, put the bigger on next to it, rescale till satisfied and take note of the percentage you need.

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8 hours ago, haldir said:

 

You can always re-scale. It's a pain, but it's always a option.

 

Looking forward to seeing that batch in Chitu.

At least AG is consistent in scale. Figure it out once, and you are okay.

 

The only problem is the supports.

 

Lychee makes that SOOOO much easier!

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4 hours ago, Lidless Eye said:

I don't need more Gladiators, I don't need more Gladiators, I don't need more Gladiators...

So, did you get the gladiators? ::P:

 

We also have multiple arenas the only one I have printed is a PDF from more than a decade ago.

 

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10 hours ago, PaganMegan said:

At least AG is consistent in scale. Figure it out once, and you are okay.

 

The only problem is the supports.

 

Lychee makes that SOOOO much easier!

 

80 to 85% down scaling will work.

As for supports, I use Chitubox, place autosupports, then search for islands and add supports yourself.

It isn't hard to learn.

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7 hours ago, TheAuldGrump said:

So, did you get the gladiators? ::P:

 

We also have multiple arenas the only one I have printed is a PDF from more than a decade ago.

 

The AUld Grump

 

Well, it's still April, so no.

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3 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

80 to 85% down scaling will work.

As for supports, I use Chitubox, place autosupports, then search for islands and add supports yourself.

It isn't hard to learn.

 

I use Formware so I would add a step. 

After selecting and scaling every one, I use the Autorotate function to have them rotated in a way that requires less supports. Any mini that ends up face down, is then manually rotated to be face up because we don't want a support in the face.   

 

Looking for islands can be a bit of a pain. I just wish that a 3D mouse wasn't so expensive. 

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16 hours ago, PaganMegan said:

At least AG is consistent in scale. Figure it out once, and you are okay.

 

The only problem is the supports.

 

Lychee makes that SOOOO much easier!

 

Are you talking about the Lychee option to resize supports automatically?

 

Unless that's greatly changed, it's garbage.  It puts supports through the model and then you have to spend time rearranging them.

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