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Foot

by freeradicalx, published

Foot by freeradicalx May 10, 2010

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Foot by freeradicalx is licensed under the Public Domain license.

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It\'s a right foot. More specifically, a four-toed right foot.

Created for Becky Stern\'s yeti ( http://www.thingiverse.com/derivative:2347 ), to match the hands she had printed for it from: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1288

Note: The pictures of the foot I printed are lefty versions!

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It\'s a good ol\' STL file, feed it to your 3D printer! Flip it on one axis to make a left foot?

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hmmm... lost... :-D

If you print it and turn it upside down, you'll see a little room with a fire pit and a man in white who's been living there for thousands of years protecting your Makerbot from the evils of man :P

Wouldn't bigger versions be awesome for a Mendel? Or maybe paws? In bubblegum pink? :)

Was thinking you could maybe print four and use them as feet for your printer :P

Um no, you designed a right foot, but you printed a left foot. I assume that your Y or X axis is flipped... . ;)

As mentioned, the pictures of the printed versions are lefties- one axis was intentionally flipped on the Makerbot (I believe X, but I can't be sure as it wasn't my 'bot).

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