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pencilpot-monster by animaag Sep 22, 2013

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small pencilpot-monster for keeping your pencils and pens in the office or on your schoolkid's table. You can poke pens into monster's eyesockets as well!

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Just finished printing this at 100% scale, 0.2 layer height and 15% infill (start pattern), took exactly 9 hrs to print. Has come out a lot better than printing at 0.3 layer height like i have on a 50% scale version. This could probably be printed with as little as 5% infill and still be sturdy.


Hi, I printed this one two times already but now I have a Question. ;) Is it on purpose that the bottom is not flat? On my earlier prints I squished everything to the bed so it did not matter, but since I'm older and wiser now, I really wonder...

The bottom actually is not the best for low layer heights / perfect setup 1st layer height.

Should be flat, ive printed one at 50% and one at 100%.

In how much time did you guys print this? Gr


could you post an exact copy of this but a .smb file.
id like to use it for remixing but cant due to my cad software that only will inport .smb, .123dx, & .sat filetypes.
plz help me!


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my software had a update& now i can remix it.

What fill pattern do you suggest?

it never occurred to me that someone might want to print it without the infill at all

Argh! Printed this with 0 infill and the inner ring would try to print mid air :( You could have made it fair easier if you would just support the inner ring at the bottom a bit so one can print without infill. Printing without infill: 6.5h vs. 7.5h with 2.5% infill.

it never occurred to me that someone might want to print it without the infill at all - i used 25% infil las a default and printed just fine

You hardly need infill for most things. Through the outer shell it is stable enough to hold. I print most things without infill and it makes a big difference regarding printing time.

I add you pencil holder to my iphone theater might act as a speaker i hope the monster is so cute

Hi all, i will upload higher resolution stl file when i get a chance, cheers!

Printed one.. quite nice, there's a little filament hanging down inside the eyes and upper lip. However using Skeinforge there's 2 places of layer shift, right above the mouth and about 75% through the eyes.

I tried a Netfabb repair but no dice. I'll just sand it anyway, as I plan to acetone dip it anyway.


Would you be able to upload a higher resolution STL file? The facets are showing up in the print with the current low res file. Great model by the way!

no need for supports.

Any supports required when printing?

Thanks! It was modelled in modo and exported to stl in c4d

I'm printing one right now in (at 50% to test) .2mm height in Gun Metal Grey PLA so far it looks awesome will post when it is done, thanks for the great design, what did you use to make it?