Playing around again. Downloaded the Raptor hand from Thingiverse. Got most of the parts printed. I *really* need to get a .5 nozzle, it's taking forever. I think I'll have about 13 hours of print time into all the parts by the time I'm done, but I did make a couple of extra fingers and they are definitely NOT an "easy" print.
I tried doing the entire thing in one set but I had some bed adhesion
issues. It was going to take waaayyy too long anyways. The first piece
I printed was the palm.
Came out pretty nice. I'm still getting some warping on overhangs but
everything else seems decent enough. Still not sure why I'm printing at
174 deg. C though (PLA). Pulled my extruder apart to check the
thermistor but nothing seems out of place.
Few more pics of the palm.
Worst of the warping. Maybe Mr. Flood can chime in and give me some more ideas of what to try here?
I thought this was pretty impressive though. Haven't done much with
anything that has a serious overhang but it turned out nice.
And the gauntlet. Notice the two slots where it bridged. A little bit of goo but really it cleaned up nice.
Sure is a teeeeeny little hand. Makes me kinda sad- Don't know what
I'd do if I lost the use of one of mine (knock on wood)...