@ blackbird2016: yes indeed , it does not look bad at all.
Maybe it was indeed a better idea to do first the benchy and so.... but I thought the wheelpant was not a difficult model. I was so wrong
About using supports; That would mean I have to use supports inside the whole model. Is it possible to only place supports let's say in the middle of the model?, only there where the top/roof is very flat?
@ Greybeard: I am reading a lot on 3D printing , it is a lot of stuff to handle. I found a nice manuel someone wrote on simplify3D. But still ... so many parameters and variables.
It took me a while how to sink the model , but I found it, and could now more easily play with bridge settings:
I think the outcome will be better like this. Next week when I will be home again I will try this.
*edit* , someone tipped me about changing the "top solid layers" , now it is 3 , more should sove this problem as well
I will also try to print this with Petg , reading on that it says , this will be easier , and also good enough for outside temperatures in the sun.
Would it be possible to print this in 1 go ( not in half like I did yesterday) since I understand it is almost impossible to glue Petg parts together.
What I am worries about is the bottom again, which rest on the supports , that it is not smooth enough.