Pet monster Valentine
by andreas, published
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I've created this little pet monster for the 3D Artist Mag contest with Valentine's day in mind.
Base included, if you'd like to use it.
I don't own a 3d printer so I'm not sure if everything is as it should be.
View Turntable here (bottom of the page):
Updated information will be posted in the Instructions below.
You have the following options:
-> If you want one single print (dragon + base) use the "aio" (all in one) file.
-> Choose the other files if you want the dragon and the base seperated.
Update 1: Added pm_valentine_parts.zip
Added a version where the heart is seperately printable. I've no idea if this fits together (no 3d printer and therefore no experience with this) after you've printed it though. I'd imagine you'd have to print the heart first, then the dragon and then put it together while it's still bendable.
If this fails miserably you'll find a great derivative by cyclone which seems to work pretty good :)
The Zip-file contains:
Dragon, Heart and Base as seperate files.
Dragon - Technical details:
Number of shells:1
Surface area: 33.25cm2
Outbox: 34.3 x 41.6 x 15.6 mm
Base - Technical details:
Number of shells:1
Surface area: 48.73cm2
Outbox: 50.0 x 50.0 x 6.8 mm
Aio - Technical details:
Number of shells: 2
Surface area: 0.67dm2
Outbox: 50.0 x 50.0 x 22.3 mm
Please let me know what you think, thanks! :)
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