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Hulk 3D Printing Figurine | Static
This 3D model consists of files in StereoLithography (.Stl) format that have been optimized for 3D printing.
Before printing the files, we strongly recommend reading the PRINTING DETAILS section.
|File Name||File Size||Time / Filament||Object Size
||16.26 MiB||47 h 43 min 32 m||142 x 139 x 161||Download|
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Hulk 3D model is inspired by the comic book character. He is known in his civilian life under the name of Bruce Banner, a sensitive, physically weak and emotionally withdrawn person, while the alter ego shows him as a green-skinned humanoid, with incredible physical strength.
He has gained his superpowers following an accident exposure to gamma radiation after the detonation of the bomb. He transforms into the Hulk whenever experiencing emotional stress. The degree of strength and damage that Hulk produces is proportionate to the level of anger.
Hulk 3D model is created for those who have a special appreciation for the comic book heroes.
The 3D model is created in Autodesk Maya. The file is converted to STL format. The file is checked and corrected in Netfabb.
Hulk 3D printing statuette is a high-poly model, with intricate details and smooth outer shell details.
After being 3D printed Hulk 3D model will stand 139 mm wide, 160 mm tall and 142 mm deep.
The figurine of Hulk is the first in the range of other 5 comic book 3D models that will follow shortly. The support base of every 3D model is created in a puzzle-like way, which means that you will be able to assemble all the 3D models in a complex scene.
Buy Hulk 3D model STL file by clicking the green Buy button. Continue to checkout. Enter your PayPal or credit card details. Download the STL file in a .zip folder.
3D print the model with 3DHubs or Treatstock directly from our website. Click the Print with 3DHubs or Print with Treatstock button.
Also, you may like other Marvel 3D Printing Figurines as well as 3D Figurines of DC.
This model was tested in Cura 15.06. To avoid printing problems, we recommend the following settings:
- Layer height: 0.1mm*
- Initial layer thickness: 0.3mm
- Bottom/top pattern: lines
- Skin perimeter line count: 0
- Horizontal expansion: 0.04mm (when entering 0.04mm index, the 3D printer perceives the model as monolith, i.e. as having no hidden layers).
*Layer Height 0.1mm is recommended for a better quality for the printed model. However, the printing time will double.
As a STL file provider, our goal is to ensure that the files are error-free and printable in the most accurate way. This is why we only test print the most difficult segments of the model’s parts.
The model's parts have been tested and printed in PLA. In case you need advice where to get your filaments from, check our partner's website.
- Infill speed: 30mm/s
- Outer shell speed : 30mm/s
- Inner shell speed: 20mm/s
- Top/bottom speed: 20mm/s
- Support speed: 50mm/s
- Travel speed: 150mm/s
- Skirt speed: 30mm/s
- Amount of slower layers: 4
- Infill pattern: Grid
- Line distance: 1.5mm
- Infill overlap: 20%
- Infill layers: 0
- Enable support: Check
- Placement: Everywhere
- Overhang angle: 30°
- X/Y distance: 0.7mm
- Top distance: 0.2mm
- Bottom distance: 0.2mm
- Stair step height: 0.5mm
- Join distance: 0.7mm
- Area smoothing: 0.6mm
- Use towers: check
- Pattern: Grid
- Line distance: 1.5mm
- Type: Brim
- Brim line count: 10 (up to 20, depending on the model’s height)
Other 3D printing recommendations:
Outer Shell Speed - 20mm/s and Support Speed - 40mm/s settings apply to avoid model deformation. Apply other settings by default.
Disclaimer: This model will look outstanding if printed on SLA/SLS 3D printer. The accuracy of the model printed on FFF printer can vary from the result shown in the pictures.
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