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3D Print – Black Panther

Hello Machine Bros!
Do you want to know how to 3D print this amazing model of Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther? In this article, we will give you all the necessary information to 3D print it!

Information about the 3D Model

  • Where to download the model: Malix3Design
  • Model price: 7€
  • Number of pieces to print: 8 (Base,wall, head, body,, 2 arms, and 2 legs)

Model in the slicer Simplify3D

In the next video you will find the complete slicer configuration used to print the 3D model:

  • Support position
  • Model location on the printing bed
  • Inclination of the model on the printing bed
  • Information on the scale used

And the 3D print process preview:

3D Printing Parameters

These are the common parameters used to print all three parts. Later, you will find the unique parameters for each part:

  • 3D Printer: Creality Ender 3
  • Nozzle: 0.4
  • Layer Height: 0.1
  • Superior solid layers: 7
  • Inferior solid layers: 6
  • Perimeters: 3
  • Filament: PLA
  • Bed temperature: 70°C (158°F) until layer # 10, then 60°C (140°F) the rest of the print
  • Extruder temperature: 190
  • Layer fan speed %: Off in the first layer, then 100% the rest of the print
  • Printing speed: 3000mm/min
  • Scale (%):100%

Base

  • Infill: Fast Honeycomb 5%
  • Support: Yes
  • Additions: No
  • Build time: 55 hours 24 minutes
  • Filament length:85087.6mm
  • Plastic weight: 255.82g
Base of  Black Panther
Base of Black Panther

Wall

  • Infill: Fast Honeycomb 7%
  • Support: No
  • Additions: No
  • Build time: 13 hours 28 minutes
  • Filament length: 24445.0mm
  • Plastic weight: 73.50g

Head

  • Infill: Fast Honeycomb 5%
  • Support: Yes
  • Additions: No
  • Build time: 1 hours 16 minutes
  • Filament length: 1321.3mm
  • Plastic weight: 3.97g
Black Panther 3D Print
Black Panther 3D Print

Body

  • Infill: Fast Honeycomb 5%
  • Support: Yes
  • Additions: No
  • Build time: 7 hours 43 minutes
  • Filament length: 10523.6mm
  • Plastic weight: 31.64g

Arm 1

  • Infill: Fast Honeycomb 5%
  • Support: Yes
  • Additions: No
  • Build time: 3 hours 4 minutes
  • Filament length: 3240.0mm
  • Plastic weight:9.74g

Arm 2

  • Infill: Fast Honeycomb 5%
  • Support: Yes
  • Additions: No
  • Build time: 3 hours 9 minutes
  • Filament length: 2770.7mm
  • Plastic weight:8.33g

Leg 1

  • Infill: Fast Honeycomb 5%
  • Support: Yes
  • Additions: No
  • Build time: 4 hours 19 minutes
  • Filament length: 2317.3mm
  • Plastic weight: 6.97g
Black Panther's legs
Black Panther’s legs

Leg 2

  • Infill: Fast Honeycomb 5%
  • Support: Yes
  • Additions: No
  • Build time: 17 hours 26 minutes
  • Filament length: 25310.1mm
  • Plastic weight: 76.10g

3D Print’s Pictures

Black Panther
Black Panther
Black Panther 3D Print
Black Panther 3D Print

If you have any questions about this 3D print of Black Panther, leave it in the comments section and we will gladly help you!

Also if you want to see other models in Time Lapse, do not hesitate to comment!

Until the next one Machine Bros!

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6 COMMENTS

  1. One question, how do you configure the supports? I use a Prusa Mini with PrusaSlicer (it’s my first 3d printer) and the parts that are supported, even if they are supported, don’t look good.
    For example, in the arm 1 the elbow part looks pretty bad. I have placed it as you do and it is not quite right.
    The configuration I use is:
    Contact Z distance: 0.25mm
    Pattern spacing 0-INF: 3mm
    Interface Layers: 4
    Interface pattern spacing: 0.2mm
    XY separation between an object and its support: 75%.
    Can you help me?
    Thank you very much.
    Best regards.

    • Hello David!
      Yes, we can help you, but first, we need to know the following:
      What exact problem are you having with the supports?
      Are the supports difficult to remove?
      It does not adhere well to the model and the surface looks bad?
      What layer height are you using?
      What nozzle diameter are you using?

      Cheers!

  2. Thank you for answering so quickly!
    The problem is that the supports are stuck to the figure. For example at the elbows the detail of the stripes of the suit is completely lost. It gets all “muddled”.
    I’m using a 0.1mm layer height and a 4mm nozzle.
    Thanks again.
    Best regards.

    • The thing is that supports always causes some problems. We also lose some detail when using supports. Then those details are fixed with the painting and resin.

      We with a 0.4mm nozzle and a layer height of 0.1mm (the same parameters as you), print the supports at a height of 0.4mm, you could try the following parameters to see if it can be successful:

      Contact Z distance: 0.4mm
      Pattern spacing 0-INF: 3mm
      Interface Layers: 4
      Interface pattern spacing: 0.1mm
      XY separation between an object and its support: 75%.

      In case you notice that the piece is now very separated from the supports and comes off very easily, lower the “Contact Z distance” parameter to 0.3mm. Although, with 0.1mm layer height and 0.4mm nozzle, we get good results with “Contact Z distance at 0.4mm”.

      In the same way, you must keep in mind that we are using an Ender 3 and the Simplify3D. For this reason, our parameters may not work for you in the same way.

      Regarding the number of contours or perimeters, try to use 3 or 4.

  3. Wow!.
    Much better than I expected. Thank you very much.
    It still needs some post-processing, but it’s much better.
    Thank you very much for the advice.

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