After building the craft, Don ‘tripled it’ to create the triangular facets that 3D printers like, and then exported the craft as an STL file. This file was imported into Simplify3D, where Don sets up his printer settings and slices the image into something the printer can handle.The resulting file is an .x3g document he put on an SD card and put into his Wanhao Duplicator 4s, his newest Duplicator constructed on a steel frame. Although the printer was new and out of the box, it performed perfectly. This particular print, done in Foxy Silver PLA (from MakerGeeks) material at 205° at .020 mm would take 13 hours to print. Don prepped his build plate as he often does with Scotch Brand painters tape, wiped down with alcohol. He leveled the bed and hit the print button.