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Lepus Draconis (The Drabbit)

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Lepus Draconis (The Drabbit) by tbuser Apr 1, 2011

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Silly Drabbit! Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene is for kids. Also: Do not meddle in the affairs of Drabbits, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup.

Also a derivative of the Stanford Bunny by phooky http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3731

Made with Meshmixer: http://www.meshmixer.com/

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I had never printed one of the dragon heads before, no-one ever said there was a tongue in there!

just wondering.. the prints you have posted here seem to be far superior to the "other ppls copies' that are posted! ... why is that?.... im still assembling my ToM, and would love to get the quality im seeing in your pics!!! -- is that what i can expect from my unit???

Also, using a stepstruder makes a big difference.

As a side note, White PLA is the opposite of White ABS in terms of photogenic's. If you ever want to see someone lose confidence in their PLA profile, that's how!

I'm not sure if any of the others were printed on a ToM or not, but yeah mine are printed on a ToM and it's pretty well calibrated! With some effort you should be able to get the same quality. However, I will say that prints in natural ABS tend to look really good in photographs. I think the white hides a lot of imperfections. :)

tbuser - in reply to mifga

Beware the hippity hop of DOOM

You don't understand! It's got long pointy teeth! Just look at the bones man!

Obviously I approve of the Drabbit. Immensely.

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