Please note: This was printed on a Velleman Vertex but since this is not listed on the site I have selected Vertex's predecessor, the Velleman K8200, as the printer. The model was very small when imported (likely due to imperial units being used), so I scaled it to 700% its original size. I rotated the model 180° about the x axis so cortana was on her head, as this reduced the amount of supports and meant that no supports appeared between Cortana's hair and shoulders. In hindsight the right arm should have been attached to model as this would prevent any problems with printing small parts. I sliced the object using Simplify3D with a layer height of 0.1mm and an infill of 25%. It took about six hours to print. The finish was overall very nice! Notes: • As you know cortana has changed colour throughout the years. I chose to print her in the hue she was in Halo: CE. • There are a few artifacts on the legs and arms which arose from embossings on the surface being magnified by the FDM process, but these can easily be removed with basic post-processing. • Things tend to be very slightly bigger than expected when printed using FDM, which caused Cortana's right arm to not fit properly into its socket. Although this can be accounted for in software, the fine detail of this model meant that this wouldn't be feasible. You could marginally reduce the size of the joint or just file it after printing, but to avoid this I suggest the arm be attached to the rest of the model, and then printed as a whole upside-down.