The Crown itself is one singular piece with round edges at the bottom as to not agitate your forehead as well aesthetic purposes. No Supports needed and the large base should lend itself to good bed adhesion. One might want to ensure that their retraction settings are good before printing to make sure there's not that much stringing in-between the tips.
Jewels with Resin Molds
All the jewels come with compatible mold shells to allow for easy mold creation and resin casting. The side jewels are identical and their mold shells are also identical. 50ml proved to be the perfect amount of resin to cast all three jewels. This accounts for resin left on the stirring stick and sides of your mixing cup. I prefer to cast all three at the same time to ensure they have the same dye concentration.
Combined Gem Volume: 41.8 mL
Combined Gem Rubber Mold Volume: 14.8 mL
The sizing ring is essentially the bottom of the crown sliced off, it allows you to print a quick base that you can try on to ensure the crown fits, you can scale it as you wish. Note that if you shouldn't encounter any problems with scaling uniformly or non-uniformly, just remember to scale all the jewels (and their mold shells if you are resin casting) to the same dimensions.
This means when you load the jewels into your slicer, scale them first, then you can reorient them for printing
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All my models are designed with a focus on hidden seams, ease of assembly, little to no support printing, and accuracy in mind.
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