The internet is a strange beast. One thing is the 3D Printing Group in Youtube, which I am part of (but yet to have posted anything there).
Every so often somebody throws up a 3D Print test and everyone follows with their own version from a standard file to see if their printer can handle it. I own a Tronxy X1 and a Tronxy P802M which I received as Xmas presents from my daughters and friend
. They are under $200 printers, the Tronxy X1 alone was $110! (The Tronxy P802 was $170)
Technically, these cheap little printers should not be able to do this resolution, but with some work, adjustments and add-ons, I got them going like higher costing printers. Only problem in that is that they require a lot of attention. But this is not an issue. It's expected. So I printed some tests, finding that my printers did amazingly well.
The BulletBill test is to print a medium BulletBill about 8inches big. I did a tiny one, about 3inches big while I do the pieces for the larger BulletBill. Others on Youtube are doing a 16inch BulletBill! My printers are small and can't go that big, so I did small. Hope you like it.
And Mario.... BulletBill Is Coming To Get You.... BOOM!!!!