Sep 15, 2018

3D Printing enthusiast Steve Ouklama created an amazing 3D printed "Fillenium Malcon" on a self-built large-format printer.

This 3D printed Millennium Falcon is 500x170x700 mm and took 3 Kilograms (6.6 pounds) of filament and nearly 10 days to complete. According to Ouklama, this is his biggest 3D printing project so far.

"I failed 3 times! Two times the extruder (it was fan cooled) started to grind filament every time after 15 h++, [so] I switched to a dual drive gear extruder to solve this issue. [Another] time I failed...[by] using the wrong Octoprint Interface (of the second printer) and messed around some g-codes like a G28," said its creator, "stonecoldfx".

Read more about the project on Thingverse.

Watch below a three minute timelapse of the ten day build of this awesome 3D printed "Fillenium Malcon":



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