This Veneziano Mask by Ardesi Marco is using the following techniques:
- It is not printed vertical but with a small angle on the back. This small angle improves the quality of overhangs and it avoids to use any supports on the visible surfaces.
- I was experimenting with the support clearance distance from the object (2mm), I put a bit too much: it is super easy to remove, but it looks like the part was moving a bit, there are minor random shifts on the XY plane.
- The airgap is set to 0.2mm (1 layer height).
- I am using 4mm pillars with a large conic base that acts nearly as a raft. The bottom of bed support is using a grid infill, otherwise zigzag infill for both the pillar and the top.
- The whole set of supports can also be reused.
- Material: PLA Devil Design.
- NB: This is one of the first interesting print using the conic base for supports that acts as a kind of raft and merge together distinct pillars that will probably fail during the print.