Laying Holiday Christmas Deer

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Laying Holiday Christmas Deer by yeg3d Dec 15, 2015
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Remixed from our original "Holiday Christmas Deer", you can now print this model in a laying down position. Pairs well with the standing deer, this model is printable facing left or right. This model is printable without support.

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2014 Series 1










  • 7h Print time
  • 24m of Filament used
  • 215mm tall (8.5inch)
  • 15s Minimal Layer Cool Time

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I scaled him up to 6000% printed him in resin on SLA at 0.03 and he came out flawless, now issues. I would not try printing him in PLA on the XYZ only because of the antlers, however if set to .05 I might get lucky. Great model, thank you.

SLA print: https://www.thingiverse.com/make:421914

Laying Holiday Christmas Deer
by kencou

scaled to 5000% - still the antlers are so thin, they look like they'd just break of any Moment.

hello there, i dont why the files that i download says the dimension of the deer is 0.2 x 0.3 x 0.3 cm? Why it is so small? and how much should i scale it up to?

It's in inches instead of mm, scale up by 2540%

I scaled mine 5000%