Stand Beast

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Stand Beast by TeamTeamUSA Nov 6, 2012
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"Stand and deliver!"
-Adam Ant

Use this stand to display any Thing with 6mm holes - who knows what beasts might be delivered...

Emmet's original heart gears, http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:6291, are intriguing as they morph from beast to beast to beast to beauty.


Print one of each

  • maus_stand_L.stl
  • maus_stand_R.stl
    They were designed to snap fit together. YMMV, so sand/file/glue as needed.


  • You must use support material, and it's not as difficult as it sounds! Use MakerWare's built-in raft and support if you've got a Replicator, or use Matt's excellent support settings for a T-O-M or a Cupcake: makerbot.com/blog/2011/06/27/makerbot-microtip-using-the-support-features-in-skeinforges-raft-tool/
  • Once printed, the support material is easily removed and both sides should snap fit together.
    You can print it - you know you can!

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Thanks! :) The woodgrain is actually the filament layers. Each gear was printed without support material small side down on the build plate. The outside of each gear was primed, sized, and then copper leafed.

HOW did you get the wood grain? Rigorous painting? I love it!