by muzz64, published
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'Skeletonz' are a fun one piece print of a skeleton that has moving arms and legs... shake it and the bones rattle!
They can be placed in all sorts of positions and make a great Halloween decoration. The skull has a hole in the top that you can thread some string through so it can be hung up if required.
At standard size 'Skeletonz' are 110mm tall, so a small and easy print, and can even be printed on a MakerBot Mini if positioned diagonally on the build plate.
This prints well on a Replicator 2 but should print okay on most machines. However, please read the print instructions and look at all the images for information that will help achieve a great result.
Note: If you like this check out all my other designs... including my 'Wobbly Ghosts' at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1064239
And, please post images of your prints for others to appreciate!
Standard (02.0mm) resolution
4 Shells and 75% infill is recommended to make the joints strong
No Support required. A high number of shells and infill percentage is recommended to help ensure the joints are strong and will not easily break. Works great printed in PLA... and the hardness of the filament helps the bones rattle when shaken!
Remove the raft carefully then, if necessary, gently wiggle all the joints until they move freely. If they will not come free uniformly increase the print scale slightly as this will increase the clearances in the joints.
'Skeletonz' by muzz64 is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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