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Nasa Saturn V Rocket and Launch Pad Apollo 3D model, file STL OBJ for 3D Printer,
file optimized for FDM-FFF DLP-SLA-SLS printing
Two size 1: 24 for FDM-FFF, 1: 35 for DLP-SLA-SLS,
more than 200 hours of modeling
however, the dimensions can be changed with each slicer
in total is
composed of 11 mil points
all the files have been decimated by the polygons, but without losing the details, this makes the light files suitable for each computer
dimensions approximately FDM-FFF W 18 Cm D 18 Cm H 52 Cm
W 7 Inch D 7 inch H 20 inch
dimensions approximately DLP-SLA-SLS W 9 Cm D 9 Cm H 26 Cm
W 3,5 inch D 3,5 inch H 10 inch
all files are already in place for optimal printing
Saturn V 3D model was designed to get a clean print result, without considering printing material consumption, However, you are free to rotate, or scale,
every part of the model in the most convenient way for you.
Each file has been checked and repaired with Netfabb
The parts of the model are already positioned for 3D printing
Compatible with every Slicer- Simplify3D, Care, Slic3r, etc ...
All the parts of the model have been cut so as to be printed vertically, for a higher quality of printing
Saturn V[a] is a retired American super heavy-lift launch vehicle developed by NASA under the Apollo program for human exploration of the Moon. The rocket was human-rated, with three stages, and powered with liquid fuel. It was flown from 1967 to 1973. It was used for nine crewed flights to the Moon, and to launch Skylab, the first American space station.
As of 2022, the Saturn V remains the only launch vehicle to carry humans beyond low Earth orbit (LEO). Saturn V holds records for the heaviest payload launched and largest payload capacity to low Earth orbit: 310,000 lb (140,000 kg), which included the third stage and unburned propellant needed to send the Apollo command and service module and Lunar Module to the Moon.
The largest production model of the Saturn family of rockets, the Saturn V was designed under the direction of Wernher von Braun at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama; the lead contractors were Boeing, North American Aviation, Douglas Aircraft Company, and IBM. A total of 15 flight-capable vehicles were built, plus three for ground testing. Thirteen were launched from Kennedy Space Center with no loss of crew or payload. A total of 24 astronauts were launched to the Moon from Apollo 8 (December 1968) to Apollo 17 (December 1972).
Recommended settings for printing
each part was cut to be printed vertically, to have a better quality print, so for the upper parts,
it is recommended to print with a 4-5 skirt
Layer height: 0.1mm*
Initial layer thickness: 0.3mm
Bottom/top pattern: lines
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
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
Line distance: 1.5mm
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