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One Foot of Plastic

by ErikJDurwoodII, published

One Foot of Plastic by ErikJDurwoodII Jan 17, 2012

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Description

Have you been envious of ever-dimensionally-increasing build platforms? Well now you can claim to be able to print ONE FOOT* OF PLASTIC!

* Warning: Claim may be pun.

But seriously though, this was a test print while I continually try to get my printer to meet my unrealistically high quality expectations.

Hope you get a kick out of this!

UPDATE:
I added an approximately "full-size" model of just the top half of the foot.

I'm satisfied with the quality.

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Cool! You mean like in Poser? Do you do any digitizing?

It was amputated from a pre-built, pre-rigged 3d model figure used for computer animation. I take no credit for the design, but I will take credit for the surgery. ;)

I could just kick myself for ever reading this. You got your foot in the door with that image and now these puns are standing on my last groaning nerve.

Awesome thing though. Definitely a step in the right direction-wait left.

CRAP! I can't seem to stop putting my-NO! Not ganna say it! No more tripping over metaphors!

Here! I'll even start off a new paragraph so I'll start on sure f-fffffffffffuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Instructions

Print, glue, admire.

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FastEddie on Jan 21, 2012 said:

I don't want to sound like a heel, but how did you create the file? Is that a scan? Either way, impressive - what a great start for a robot. I am trying to build one to push my mower this summer.

ErikJDurwoodII on Jan 23, 2012 said:

It was amputated from a pre-built, pre-rigged 3d model figure used for computer animation. I take no credit for the design, but I will take credit for the surgery. ;)

TheNewHobbyist on Jan 19, 2012 said:

You're really toeing the line with this. I think I may knee-d to print one myself. You're clearly a shoe-in for a featured thing.

ErikJDurwoodII on Jan 20, 2012 said:

Not to be callous but I do think this print has lots of "sole." It think it will be a run-away hit. If it got on the blog, it would be quite a "feet!"

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