Printing this bust at .1mm layer height gives Yoda a significant increase in detail, as compared to the .2mm layer heigh model shown in a side-by-side comparison in the time-lapse video above.
Time Lapse Video Of An Incredibly Detailed 3D-Printed Yoda
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