Pokemon - Lickytung - by Printed Parts
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Pokemon nr #108
Lickitung is a bipedal Pokémon with a round body and a thick, powerful tail. It has soft, pink skin with curved yellow lines on its belly and yellow ring markings on its knees. It has a thumb-like claw on each hand, and a single large nail on each foot. There is a yellow spot on its palms and the soles of its feet. It has beady eyes and a long, prehensile tongue. The tongue is likely connected to its tail, which twitches when the tongue is pulled.
Thanks for the base mesh to this website, and also to the company, don't sell any of those. It's in no commercial use
We work with ABS, this material has warping problems because it was designed to contract on cold, so we print the model with designed support for all the pieces, the thongue you should print it with a 4mm brim for each piece.
Brim makes it a plattform more solid and contraction would not make such heavy deformation as it does without it, heat does not prevent all warping, also ramps 1.4 can be set on fire by using it on long period by toasting the component wich cannot hold such energy.
patience and work.
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