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Wabbit

by caffeine, published

Wabbit by caffeine Jan 24, 2013
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This is a smoothed version of the rabbit piece from my arimaa set ( See http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:42032 ) I made as a test to see how subdivision surfaces would look and print. Eventually, I would like all of the pieces of that set to look like this.

NOTE: Print with supports! The front legs are too rounded to sit flat while printing otherwise!

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Have you gotten around to smoothing the rest of the set? I'd love to see the whole thing. I'm thinking of doing this in wood filament.

Printing this out now with my new printrbot simple. Had to put a 5mm skirt around the legs to get the front ones to stick. Working now....will post pic when done. Oh and lay it flat too, seemed to help, I think the software thought the front legs were too high off the ground.

I really love this model, but becareful, you need to add 'support' else frontleg won't work

This is wonderful and my children love it. I can't make enough of them.

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