Skeletons! 28mm (No supports needed)

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Summary

3 support-free skeletons. All dead, just animated by evil magic.
EDIT There is a modified version of halberdier with reinforced leg.
Suitable for 28mm tabletop games.
Created so that they do not need any supports and print well on a cheap FDM 3d printer like the Ender 3.
There are variants with square and round bases.

IMPORTANT If you get a lot of stringing because of the slim parts, reduce your nozzle temperature to 190 (for PLA).

NOTE The full pack of 8 different skellies is
available on my Patreon
.

Let me know how it printed for you in the comments and makes!

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Print Settings
Printer brand:
Creality

Printer:
Ender 3

Rafts:
Doesn't Matter

Supports:
No

Resolution:
0.08

Notes:
If you get a lot of stringing because of the slim parts, reduce your nozzle temperature to 190 (for PLA).



Created by BriteMinis in https://www.thingiverse.com


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