Detailed balustrade

On the Ultimaker forums we found this very fine example of a highly detailed print, made with our nGen 3D printing filament. Made by Ultimaker user FoxDenDNF it was printed with a .25mm nozzle. The pegs are only 14mm tall and 2.2mm at their widest point.


This model was printed on an Ultimaker 2 Extended with an Olsson block at 0.1mm layer height and it took approx. 4-6 hours. This print is part of the Tempietto model which can be found on Thingiverse:

The Tempietto is part of the San Pietro in Montorio church which is located in Rome. FoxDenDNF has mentioned in the original post that he currently printing the entire model and we cannot wait to see the final result!

You can find the original post here:

FoxDenDNF used nGen Dark Blue, but we have 16 other colors (including clear to choose from). You can check the availability online. All items are in stock and ship within 24 hours on business days.

Printing in high resolutions and with great detail is no problem with nGen. nGen is made with Eastman Amphora AM3300 and has good flow properties through the printer nozzle – even at lower temperatures than some other polymers require. These properties make nGen more workable at a wider breadth of temperatures, producing reliable results and resulting in less waste. nGen exhibits advanced overhang ability, excellent looks and large printing temperature range.