Bold Machines Presents Margo's Scooter and Sidecar
by boldmachines, published
Margo's parents are missing on a space exploration mission and she's gotten access to their laboratory filled with all the technology needed to make anything. Her dog, Eddie, has discovered his own jetpack in the laboratory. Margo is suspicious of Mr. Walthersnap and after doing some tests, she's found out about Mr. Walthersnap's ability to manipulate people with smell.
Margo lives in Brooklyn and she's going to have to solve this mystery and get to the bottom of Mr. Walthersnap's manipulative smells. To get around Brooklyn, she's got her own supercharged scooter with a sidecar for Eddie.
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We scaled the model up for the MakerBot Replicator Z18 so if you want to make a big one, download and unpack the Scooter Z18 Zip file. If you want to get in on the action, go get one of these wonderful, epic, and monster sized 3D printers and use the code "TENOFFZ18" to get hooked up with a great deal on a MakerBot Replicator Z18. (Or you might consider getting 10 MakerBot Replicator Z18s like we have here at Bold Machines - The Innovation Workshop at Stratasys)
Model Designed to Specifications by Jose Alva Da Silva and Painted by Adrian Yablin
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