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A cleaned-up Stanford Bunny, with the holes in the model sealed.
This piece has a nice, rounded base, which makes it ideal for scaling up and printing even on machines without a heated build platform or chamber. The ears are just within the limits of overhang that a makerbot can handle, so depending on your temperature settings you may get some sagging on the lower edges of the ears.
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