3D-Printing Lord of the Print's Godzilla Model!

Publicerades den 23 apr 2021
As part of our ongoing adventures in 3D printing, we're putting a spotlight on artists who design specifically for hobby printing in mind. We're starting off with the prolific Lord of the Print, whose Patreon release includes beautiful dragons and characters that are awesome at tabletop size or scaled much larger. Norm walks through his process to prep a godzilla model for printing, and tests a new wash and cure machine that can fit a kaiju-sized print!
Lord of the Print's Patreon: www.patreon.com/lordoftheprint/posts
Lord of the Print on MyMiniFactory: www.myminifactory.com/users/LordofthePrint
Anycubic Wash and Cure Plus: www.anycubic.com/collections/wash-cure-machine/products/anycubic-wash-cure-plus-machine
Elegoo Saturn: amzn.to/3slauw1
Elegoo Mars 2 Pro 3D Printer: amzn.to/3nM1mNN
Siraya Tech Resin: siraya.tech/collections/all
Nitrile gloves: amzn.to/34DIAlj
99% Isopropyl Alcohol: amzn.to/380IXst
Pickle Jar for IPA Wash: amzn.to/3jBwOfy
Wash Squeeze Bottle: amzn.to/34GGW2z
Spray bottle: amzn.to/2Tzwy6i
Silicone tray: amzn.to/3mypjI8
Alcohol wipes: amzn.to/3eh16Dh
Tongs: amzn.to/2HDN1UL
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  • Lord of the Print's Patreon: www.patreon.com/lordoftheprint/posts Lord of the Print on MyMiniFactory: www.myminifactory.com/users/LordofthePrint Anycubic Wash and Cure Plus: www.anycubic.com/collections/wash-cure-machine/products/anycubic-wash-cure-plus-machine Elegoo Saturn: amzn.to/3slauw1 Elegoo Mars 2 Pro 3D Printer: amzn.to/3nM1mNN Siraya Tech Resin: siraya.tech/collections/all Nitrile gloves: amzn.to/34DIAlj 99% Isopropyl Alcohol: amzn.to/380IXst Pickle Jar for IPA Wash: amzn.to/3jBwOfy Wash Squeeze Bottle: amzn.to/34GGW2z Spray bottle: amzn.to/2Tzwy6i Silicone tray: amzn.to/3mypjI8 Alcohol wipes: amzn.to/3eh16Dh Tongs: amzn.to/2HDN1UL Disclosure: Products were provided by the manufacturer for purposes of review. Disclaimer: Tested may earn an affiliate commission when you buy through the links here.

    • Can you do a video on - different cameras (ie- Sony , Nikon , canon etc) which lenses to buy for >indoor exsample - the A6000 overheats or the lens cost £1000 for higher F stops or the Ax53 4K has slow autofocus) like recommend (to different budgets) what to use thanks 🙂

    • hi Adam

  • I wonder how the translucent resin would work for painting if you created one of those holes in the mouth so that you could pour in a colour that you would then slosh around to coat the inside... giving a translucent but colour skin effect?

  • What kind of resin did he use for the godzilla print?

  • My 2c worth - I’d be putting the holes on the lowest part of the cavity instead. In this case it would be the tail nearest the build plate. The main reason for this is that the cavity acts like a suction cup as it pulls off the FEP. This can cause the model walls to flex inwards as it pulls up and then push outwards as it plunges back down into the resin and leave unwanted lines on the model surface. The holes let it breathe and takes those forces off the model walls.

  • If you like Lord of the Print, you'd probably also really like Mini Monster Mayhem's Patreon if you aren't already following him. Some more that I quite like and have backed in the past are Dragon Trappers Lodge and Archvillain Games.

  • I followed the instructions on the model and have it ready to print. Fingers crossed it's gonna turn out the same as with yours

  • I've been having a blast printing Raging Heroes Infinite, Loot Studios, and Bestarium models. All incredibly detailed.

    • I’ve been eyeing Loot Studios, one of these days I’m actually going to take the jump.

  • Love norm’s videos

  • I need one of those

  • what was the name of that slicing software being used?

  • Nice to have you back Norm!

  • Anycubic is a POS company. I ordered a printer from Anycubic they never delivered. After I sent them about a dozen emails they finally responded saying we don't have the printer you ordered we will send it whenever we have one to send.

  • You've been gone for so long. Welcome back!

  • Why not using the Lyche Slicer pre supported files?

  • 12:10 You said you set the internal precision to 10%, but that dialogue box clearly says 0.1%?

  • You’re not Adam 🤔

  • 23:17 best edit forwards 😂

  • Get the wham bam slap mat and flex plate! It saved me so much time!!

  • After printing change your clothes before holding your baby. I suspect those chemicals and young babies would be a bad mix.

  • All for 3D print technology but beginning to wonder if we're not further painting ourselves/the planet into a toxic corner with the practice of "dissolving resin" ... which (from the sound of things) could be easily finding their way into the wild/nature. That said, are there any known protocols or manufacturer-suggested protocols, that explain how to properly dispose of the tainted chems that are used in the wash and cure machines seen in the video(?)

    • @Ian Lyn - Good to hear there is no plastic leaching...thanks!

    • It’s alcohol. Leave it outside and it evaporates. There’s noting toxic about it.

  • what software do you use for slicing?

  • I don't have a 3d printer but have gotten all 12 dragons, 5 chromatic + 5 metallic and both dragon gods, by lord of the print on etsy.

  • Guessing its a bootleg Godzilla?

  • on taking off the supports try leaving the print in longer in the solution it will make the supports come right off by barely touching them. I wouldn't know the exact time depends on the print amount of supports etc but I usually do 45 mns to an hour and your print will thank you for it.

  • I'm biased on this but check out CastNPlay, Dice Heads, Signum Workshop and so many many more

  • Hey bro, awesome video, very helpful and informative. More of these 3D printing videos. I learned alot. Just bought the Anycubic Photon Mono X and the Wash & Cure Station 2.0... so more of these videos will help me grow into it. KEEP THEM COMING !!

  • that's so cool

  • You should also mention photonFileValidator.sh, a Java based program that reads in .photon files and checks them for any unsupported islands or pixels.

  • This is so cool keep it up

  • Did you seriously whine about the smoothness of the turntable rotation dude ???

  • Great video Norm! I love seeing the whole process you are using for resin printing such crazy detailed models. And the monthly model showcase idea is great, I'm staying tuned for that!

  • Beautiful! Post a photo with the clear coat on :]

  • Congratulations 👣

  • Happy too here Be careful though quite babies can be Busy! toddlers.

  • Thrilled to see LOTP getting love, one of the best 3D sculptors. Some day I'll print my LOTP 'Zilla :'D

  • Congratulations Norm & Danica

  • Congratulations! Norm 🤙🏼🤙🏼🍼

  • The horned dragon would make a great tarrasque from dnd

    • Well its an actual tarrasque model, named that way on patreon and files...

  • Have to admit, the Friday mystery prints where what first interested me in TESTED.

  • That clear resin Godzilla it's so cool

  • 宇宙蛇…Galactic snake? What a random shirt.

  • The sound just drops in the middle of the video

  • I was a bit startled when you were surprised at the detail level of a tabletop miniature. Take a look at some of the newer stuff out there from the likes of Games Workshop, Privateer press and Mantic

    • @S.Scott Staten All right

    • True, but Norm specifically said he was surprised at the detail for a tabletop (Gaming) miniature.

    • I would expect those to be better than what someone could 3D print at home though.

  • This was a fun vid. ⭐

  • how often do you replace the IPA? and can you cure resin that is disolved in the IPA?

    • @Scott Glasgo thx a lot 😀

    • According to Anycubic's user manual, you can simply leave the washing container in the sun and any resin in it will cure. You can then filter out the solids and continue to use the fluid that's left. I've only used it for a handful of prints so far, think it will be quite a few more before I need to do anything with it

  • Give it a dry brush and feed blue leds through its feet. Awesome model.

  • If you put some LEDs in the feet holes, the translucent resin could make it glow, like the nuclear mode in the movies. Could look really cool.

  • I’ve been struggling with which printer to buy, filament or resin. I’m a DM but also a basic cosplayer. I’m told for best tabletop, resin but can i print other things like props with a resin printer? they usually are limited due to size of the resin tank.

  • Any guy who takes paternity leave is a whiney cry baby.

    • Any guy that doesn't misses out on the opportunity of a lifetime to be with their child for the first week of their life 24 hours a day and to help their partner. You can't get back what you lose but you sure can get money back. Lol

  • How do you dispose of the washing fluid after it has been used or after it is no longer effective (if you can use it for multiple washings?

    • According to Anycubic's user manual, you can simply leave the washing container in the sun and any resin in it will cure. You can then filter out the solids and continue to use the fluid that's left. I've only used it for a handful of prints so far, think it will be quite a few more before I need to do anything with it

  • You guys should seriously think about creating a museum for the general public to come and see everything you guys create truly some of it is just amazing and phenomenal. Maybe the computer museum in Palo Alto would like to have an extension? Certainly something to consider.

  • So how expensive are those prints?

  • i wish we got to see godzilla right when it came out of print with all the supports on it. great video nonetheless!

  • What the name of the software he uses here? Does it work with all printers?(i have a flashforge adventurer 3)

    • @Dustin Bruce Thank you :)

    • Chitubox, and it should be compatible with any resin printer. If your printer isn't on the list, you can manually add your print dimensions and specs. Chitubox is free, so it's worth it to play around with the software

  • Norm ... do you have only TWO holes to enter from the foot and drain from the mouth? if not ... why not have four holes ... mouth, both feet and tail to insure full draining?

  • @Norm, although you did add some holes, you did not put them in the places closest to the buildplate, and you still can get a blowout and a damaged print.\ You were lucky with this model, but thinner models will get blowout holes, because of the hollow pressure buildup.

  • @4:50 that’s a tarrasque.

  • Norm, check out Siraya's new 'Navy Grey' Fast resin. It's incredible for minis. The perfect shade of dark grey, which just pops all the detail on the model. It's also more flexible and less brittle which is great for ultra fine details and thin parts.

  • Thanks a lot for sharing our patreon, and I'm glad you like this month release we put a ton of effort into so if feels really good to see that people enjoy it !

  • Can we do this on a $150 Creality Ender 3 3D printer plz?

  • Put Adam to play Dark Souls.

  • This is a cool idea for a series. Good to see Norm back!

    • yes and yes on this

  • Hi everybody

  • Just printed the same model!! Just amazing!! But the model in pieces, in fact there's in the Patreon... the model fully assembled gets close 34cm long!

  • Pratting around with all the supports, draining holes, making sure bits are connected, removing it all etc seems such a pain in the ass and hard to do.. Isnt there a type of 3d printer yet that you just give it a model file and out pops a nice finished item?

    • Probably not, since it's possible to model a lot of things that aren't physically feasible - but some model files might be pre-optimized for 3D printing

    • No manufacturing process is that simple. Gravity makes it impossible to build up material onto itself without some sort of support structure which is either automatically generated (for resin printers, mediocre results with lots of manual adjustments) or manually placed. A lot of what you mentioned (messing around with supports, drainage holes, etc) is specific to some 3D printing technologies like SLA (resin) so FDM (filament) isn't quite as involved, with automatic supports (with some settings changed) usually being enough. Some things just cannot be made entirely effortless like home appliances.

  • I wanted to see at list a little video of it printing.

  • Norm, have you ever considered NOT lighting your sets like you're in a horror movie?

  • Nothing like that ultimate 3d printer...thanks Mom

  • I've been subscribed to Lord Of The Print as a merchant and they are one of the best.

  • I dont print models, I print parts. I have also been known to print things like drywall plugs LOL.

  • What the wha te qh

  • Since when do men get maternity leave?

    • for quite some time now in developed countries

    • Will never have a child. but the concept I think is GREAT!

    • Lots of respectable companies provide paternal leave. I'm Norway father's can take 2 and a half months off.

  • I definitely need a 3d printer it will make my inventing much easier

  • I picture Norms baby with the same glasses.

    • I picture Norm's baby made from resin

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  • Godzilla!! Congrats on the baby!

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  • AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH