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Enderman action figure

by kyle59, published

Enderman action figure by kyle59 Nov 21, 2012
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Enderman action figure

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  1. Print with Makerbot Replicator defaults @ 100%
  2. Assemble
  3. You can paint the eyes if you like
  4. Don't look him in the eyes! :)

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I printed 2 enderman models from other sources here on thingiverse, but there is a big issue with assembling the parts. I see here that there can be an issue too. The fixing parts are too small, too fragile or too loose. The only solution is to glue them with cyanoacrylate.
Any suggestion? (tried also 150% scale, same problem)

Weird for some reason when i turn the STL into gCode as required by my 3d printer, the head disappeared...i did not realize that lol until it finished printing...so now idk what to do

I made one but had problems while combining the parts, head especially. The holes for the head was too narrow to fit in. The pins were also easily breakable. But cool model otherwise :)

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