My 3D Print Won't Stop Looking At Me! | 3D Printed Optical Illusion Time Lapse On Creality CR-10 S4
3D Printed optical illusions, one look at my channel and you’ll see I love to 3D print them. This optical illusion model by francfalco on Thingiverse is one of my favorites of all time. I 3D printed this in silver glossy PLA for an awesome shine. I admit the near overexposure in the middle of the time lapse was a mistake but I actually love the effect!
This is my first time lapse on my CR-10 S4. With a heated bed that measures 400 x 400 x 400, I will be printing some huge models. Please subscribe to see my upcoming 3 foot tall 3D printed Groot time lapse. He is amazing!
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How time lapse 3D Prints Work
After each .2 MM layer( That is barely thicker than a sheet of paper!) the 3D printer pauses, moves the extruder to the rear of the printer, takes a photo and then continues the print giving the illusion of the print appearing from thin air.
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Print and Filament Details
This video was filmed using Octoprint connected to a Raspberry Pi B with a Logitech C920 webcam Total print time was around 9.5 Hours with each layer set to .2MM.
This 3D Printed Optical Illusion can be found on Thingiverse
Who Is The 3D Printed Teacher?
Welcome to the 3D Printed Teacher, the home for my favorite 3D Printed time lapse videos. I have taught middle school tech classes for nearly two decades in Orlando, Florida. If you are like me and want to find the best 3D prints around, please subscribe to enjoy my 3D print videos and the occasional 3D printing failure. Visit me at my website https://3DPrintedTeacher.com