Can't say I have. I should really try and be more active with posting things I have been working on though.
I would agree with bio toa, his does have a nice setup for the cost, and you learn a lot about the machine by putting it together yourself. You will need to make a case for it if you are in a colder climate though. If you can wait a few more months, the ONO printer I mentioned before will be out for less than $200 and perfect for printing lego parts.
Thanks I am very pleased with how it turned out, very few people have bought it so far so I think that is the reason why there are no photos.
Please do. I will put them up on shape ways so people can see it.
Ah haha, thanks for posting this photo I had a good laugh when I saw it. I printed it face up with the back of the crown and mask clip touching the build plate. Takes a little more support but the way the back looks is not as important as the front.
I found that the top two prongs are weaker when printed this way.
Coming soon, the mask of ultimate waffles. Used by the Toa of Maple syrup to make food so delicious his opponents are incapacitated by the desire to eat it.