Stegosaurus Footprint

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Stegosaurus Footprint by Curriculum Dec 22, 2014

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Lovingly rendered by our in-house digital artists at MakerBot, the Stegosaurus Footprint shows what a big impression this Jurassic giant made on its surroundings millions of years ago.

The foot skeleton, fossilized footprint, and plants print as separate pieces.

For the complete stegosaurus skeleton, visit digitalstore.makerbot.com

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Have any other Replicator 5th Gen users had issues with the bone part toppling over about 70% through? The raft is very tiny in its default position, and the extruder knocks it over once the right amount of weight is piled on. Two have failed back-to-back for me now.

Any suggestions?

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Seriously, sell it as an stl.

I'll second sgraber's comment! I would SERIOUSLY buy it in a heartbeat if it was in STL format!

Also, what's with the "This file will be streamed and requires a constant internet connection." ?
They're serious! Not able to just download. My printer's PC isn't connected to the internet - so I'm doubly disadvantaged.

It's a shame that they have the 'there is nothing else in the world other than Makerbot' business strategy.

Could you PLEASE sell the complete skeleton as a STL? There are a LOT of us that would buy it that don't own MakerBot printers.

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It's awesome!!!I'm going to make something like that!

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No printing instructions? Or are the Thingiview pics the correct way?

Thingiview pics are oriented correctly.

I just saw the full Stego skeleton and it rocks! - You guys are kicking butt with skeletal prints.

Now all we need is files that can be used by all printers for the whole thing, way to go Makerbot nice screw up again & nice job not listening to your consumer base

Photoshop can prepare the file easily for any writer > use the free 30 day trial.

But I shouldn't have to use that, they should have it available to all people to use not just there small niche that has there crappy product

Not a cool comment. Why is this a "screw up?" You mention "their customer base," but you are not using a MakerBot and are publicly dismissing their product. So are you really their customer base? They used their time and effort to promote their business and all you have are insults. If you want their designs, get a MakerBot or petition the manufacturer of your printer to make cool designs available to you.

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And I'm the d-bag? My comment still stands.

Sure it stands even though I have valid reasons for what I say, that makes allot of sense, keep talking out of your ass.

Dec 23, 2014 - Modified Dec 23, 2014


Also the files in the makerbot store are makerbot compatible only! Good luck selling your models then, because nobody owns a makerbot its the worst printer in the world ! In the near future the wonderful pirates will share those files with all.. just you wait !

Very cool model! I like the idea of making a footprint in the base. It provides an added element and makes it interactive because you can pick the foot up from the base. I think I might use that approach with my T-rex model.

It is unfortunate that the full model is proprietary to newer Makerbot Replicator printers. I would definitely buy it if I could get it in a version that I could print on my printer. Although, not being able to download the T-rex skull gave me great inspiration to work on modeling my T-rex skeleton which has actually been quite fun and challenging.

Dec 22, 2014 - Modified Dec 29, 2014

Beautiful sculpt! I'm not keen on using supports to print anything, but this would probably be worth it. (***Edit: This Stegosaurus print does not require supports.) The details on the bones look great.

Also, the grass looks perfect. - I don't care what Oprah says; I love me some plastic plants and these look great!

hahaha! All of these pieces print w/o support :)

Hi Lane! I thought you had been designing primarily to require no-supports, but was thinking the foot looked as if it would require a little. ...so it was a bit of a surprise. No matter, my mistake and I'm going to call that out in my initial comment. - Really fun looking work. I especially love this sort of skeletal work you've been overseeing. - I hope the holiday season has been treating you well, Q