Print a Llama for your Mama
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Print a llama for your mama, or print yourself some llama parts and make a fun little buddy you can hang out with. This leaping llama can travel on your rear view mirror or chill on your wall. Add string to make him jump! And if you pull each string individually he can do any dance step you want.
You will need to print 1 front, 1 back, 1 tail, 1 head, 1 pull, 2 supports, and 4 legs or 10 pieces in total.
Adding the String
Legs Pulleys - It is best to thread the string through the holes before you snap the body pieces together. You can either use one piece of string for both of the front/back legs or one piece for each of the four individual legs. Thread these strings through the small holes in the legs, and then all of the ends should go down through the pull (grass shaped) and knotted.
Hanger Piece - One piece of string should go through the back support, then up through the tail, then down through the head, and then through the front support. Knots should be tied under each support, or in the middle of the llama.
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