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Zilla by HeavyRotation Jun 5, 2013

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This monster needs no introduction. Godzilla in a terror to reckon with. He can eat you and stomp on your house at the same time. This is the first in this monster series. It was designed from a drawing, turned into a vector and extruded in Openscad.

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Print Zilla_Plate1.stl & Zilla_Plate2.stl. Sand joints for good fit.

Here is the BOM for the Puzzle is you would like to mix the colors up.
Parts List
godzilla_Bottom_frame.stl X 1
godzilla_top_frame.stl X 1
godzilla_cutout_leg2.stl X 2
godzilla_claw.stl X 8
godzilla_head.stl X 1
godzilla_foot.stl X 2
godzilla_claws_Toe2.stl X 4
godzilla_cutout_arm3.stl X 2
godzilla_body.stl X1

Part my need sanding in joints

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going to print @ 0.35 now.

came out beautifully. exept the fact that the hand claws dont fit.
will post make.

btw i mean 0.35% scale.

Great work! I printed one in black and loved it.

I do believe plate 2 prints two extra toes since each leg has a middle toe already.

Sep 10, 2014 - Modified Sep 10, 2014

Great work...printed it yesterday. The head file doesn't slice (with slicer) properly...it displayed all 3 pieces but sliced as two.....I simply used a copy of the 2nd piece for the 3rd since they look close enough to each other.

Love Godzilla...

Here is a DXF version. I haven't tried laser cutting it yet. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:99842http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

Zilla DXF

Really cool will have to print when my SD2 comes back.

Your should do a bolt of light or fire we can print to clip to the mouth lol

making one 140% size

What made you choose this method of manufacture? As you're not using a unique feature of a 3D printer, such as overhangs, vertical structures etc. surely it would be both faster, cheaper and easier to laser cut it? :?

Additive PLA manufacturing - No waste - Biodigradable (sort of) - Craddle to Craddle manufacturing. Also i don't have a laser cutter.

It's true that the models have no waste with 3D printing, but a whole acrylic sheet, including waste, is likely to be cheaper than the filament used to print this - both acrylic plastic and PLA can be recycled and reused as well, if you have the mean to do so...I guess that not having a laser cutting may be an issue :P

Maybe because he has a 3D printer but not a laser cutter.
Maybe because a 3d printer is one thousand dollars (for a nice one) and laser cutters are a few thousand (for a cheap, basic one).

Prepare for lawsuit. The Godzilla folks sue the shit out of anyone who uses "zilla" (including threatening the Mozilla Foundation who make Firefox).

cymon - in reply to

"Similar to but legally distinct from that other guy" lizard.

Ok name change "Generic Dino Lizard Monster"

or "Generic Dino That Destroys Japanese Buildings"

i have the best one yet (not modist): gigantic lizard thing that eats the empire state building w/ a side of 5000000000000000000000 fish.



There were two other people with me when I logged onto to Thingiverse, and the instant they saw this, they both stopped what they were doing and just stared in absolute awe.

Is there any way you could post a .cdr or a PDF of these awesome things? I'd love to blow them up in size and throw some LED's around them........and laser cut a cityscape background and make a GIF of them batting to the death!

Nice work! Any way we could get a full printable plate?

Second this.

Build Plates are uploaded

Thank you!

Is there a head piece missing?
I only count two skull pieces.