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Little Green Men (flying saucer pilots)

by gpvillamil, published

Little Green Men (flying saucer pilots) by gpvillamil Sep 22, 2011

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Summary

So I made this flying saucer (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:10428) with a working hatch and everything, but there was something missing: little green men to pilot it.

So here you are, little green men made in OpenSCAD. There are two variations, sitting and standing.

Update: added a tiny version that should fit in the saucer with the hatch closed.

Instructions

Print them. They're so small that printing them in batches using Multiply might be the best bet.

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no offense their smaller than I thought their cute their too small for him he has a baby brother :(

I'm printing a set of these for my nephew for Christmas there great. i wanted to give him a customizable space ship too but shapeways couldn't print it :(

Is there an easy way to scale them up? I'm not very experienced at SCAD and why I try to make them larger it doesn't scale up the translate relationship. Or at least tha tis what I can tell.

They are cool and I have some on my desk at work. I figure one the same size as the astronauts would be fun.

I just use the Scale feature in ReplicatorG. Alternatively, just scale the whole module in OpenSCAD.

Sorry to put in 2 pictures but the first one did not work. Glow in the dark PLA.

Here is my Little Green Man. I know, I know he
’s red, maybe from a different planet.
He does look like an Egyptian Mummy.

For some reason, mine came out blue. Any ideas?

Did you check the "color" tab in Skeinforge?

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