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Doggie by TrevM Aug 28, 2012
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I'd like to say it was an excercise in using ball joints, but in truth it was an excercise in keeping a 3 year old quiet.


Basically just print dog.stl, clean up if needed, push fit on head and legs to body.

dog.scad is modular, lines at top:

dog() allows compiling whole assembled dog.
print() allows compiling and render for export to dog.stl.
whole dog can be scaled with scl variable, head can be seperately scaled with hdScl.

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I managed to get a print started, but the head came loose. Probably have to figure out how to lay it down on the surface for printing.

I print ABS direct onto glass with no problems.

No Kapton tape, glass is 1mm thick with MKII heated bed under.

I use sugar dissolved in water wiped onto glass with kitchen towel.

Bed running at 105, everything sticks, cools below 80, everything self releases, nice :-)