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Frog

by owenscenic, published

Description

Ribbit. Ribbit.

My daughter wanted a frog. Here it is for anyone else. I have included the file in other 3d formats for people to play with.

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what a good dad! It's sooo cute! :)

Nice model! I just uploaded my pic of one I made with green PLA on a Rep2 with .2mm slices. The feet came unstuck before the build was done but it didn't come loose.

Awesome printed a bunch :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) (:

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License

Frog by owenscenic is licensed under the Attribution - Non-Commercial - Share Alike license.

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Instructions

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Hop, hop, hop.

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nolightforyou on Apr 14, 2013 said:

what a good dad! It's sooo cute! :)

samkass on Mar 28, 2013 said:

Nice model! I just uploaded my pic of one I made with green PLA on a Rep2 with .2mm slices. The feet came unstuck before the build was done but it didn't come loose.

MR_MUTANT on Jul 17, 2011 said:

Awesome printed a bunch :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) (:

lotu on Jun 15, 2011 said:

From my inital test's the test_frog is much harder to print than the large frog. I'm gussesing that the test_frog is just a scaled down version of the big frog and and too many verticies in the frog's toes. This slows down the Makerbot and results in poor build qualtiy.

ClimbingStuff on Feb 14, 2011 said:

Awesome frog. I printed them in white ABS and colored them with colored permanent markers (idea based on http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... and they came out awesome. Thanks for a great design!

coasterman on Nov 27, 2010 said:

I'm printing a little family of them right now! :)

Erik on Jun 7, 2010 said:

This is funny... We have toy frogs to thank for the invention of FDM in the first place:
"In 1998 [Scott Crump] set out to make a toy frog for his 2-year-old daughter. Using a handheld glue gun, and armed with a home-cooked slurry of polyethylene and candle wax, he built the shape layer by layer. After burning through 13 weekends and $10,000 on digital-plotting equipment, Crump's wife, Lisa, declared: "Quit or incorporate!""
Source: http://www.fortus.com/WorkArea...
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amp;LangType=1033 (Forbes, PDF)

cyclone on Feb 21, 2011 said:

I'm guessing 1998 in that article should be 1988 since Stratasys was founded in 1990. :)

themitch22 on Jun 5, 2010 said:

It's a fun little print. the temp was too high and I think it made some sloppy points but other that that it turned out great! I'm naming mine frank the blue makerbot frog

mifga on Jun 4, 2010 said:

Aw....so cute!

smwombat on Jun 4, 2010 said:

Great frogs - perfect for amphibian lovers!

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