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T-Rex

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T-Rex by IcanCwhatUsay Jan 21, 2012
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I did not design this so I cannot take credit for the 3D modeling, but whoever did, did a FANTASTIC job on it!

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http://s1094.photobucket.com/albums/i457/IcanCwhatusay/T-Rex/

Print Started at: 13:09:13
Print ended at: 16:43:59
and took: 03:34:46

7050.89356 mm of filament used in this print

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I just want to give a big thank you to all of you who have printed this and posted images. I really enjoy seeing other people's prints! Thank you Again!

how did you make the support structures?

I made it using Pronterface and it automatically made support structures for anything that is less than 50 degrees to the horizontal plane (if that makes any sense).

Hey guys, I just re-uploaded the file because I had a fear that the original was corrupted given the picture. Double check me on this one if you could

Very cute! Strange that this is indicated as being for "Prusa" when it could be created by any 3D printer in the world! It would be fun to slice this for easier printing.

I only marked it as Prusa because it's sized for a prusa, I don't know if a TOM would be able to given the build size. I printed it in one shot using support structures with no problems though so, if you make it better, Please post it as a derivative! Thanks!

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