Should you buy .stl files for 3D Printing? Gambody T-60 Fallout Power Armour 3D Print Review

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In this video I'll go through my experiences in 3D Printing the T-60 Power Armour model available from Gambody.com , an online marketplace for 3D Printable .stl files.

Should you buy files online for 3D Printing? Was the model "High-poly, amazingly detailed and absolutely error-free 3D // optimized for all types of 3D printers."? Better watch the video...

Link to the model tested - http://www.gambody.com/3d-models/fallout-t60-power-armor-3d-model-printing

Full disclosure: Gambody send a code to download this mode for free in return for a video review describing my experiences - all opinions expressed are my own.

The models were printed at 0.2mm layer heights at the provided scale using Simplify3D for slicing and the 3D Printer used was the Original Prusa i3 Mk2. The filament used was a custom blend of Grey PLA.

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