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Minifig

by meetar, published

Minifig by meetar Feb 5, 2012

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Summary

This is a half-size version of Stefan's double-size minifig, with added attachment posts – you may have to shave the posts to get them to fit.

Instructions

Print with a raft and exterior support.

The pieces should all fit together without any extra hardware. You may need to widen the joint holes or shave the posts a bit, but a good tight fit is best, and a bit of mushrooming on the posts will also help lock them in and provide friction to hold the limbs in position.

If you print more than a few of these little fellows, be sure to print one of the large ones too, so you'll have someone to settle disputes and provide moral guidance.

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how good does the head stay on?

Thia is pretty much impossible to print in 1 go

I tried printing this with with support, in PLA at the recommended speed and temp.. Came out dreadful. All the parts had spillover and nothing fit together. Anyone know how I can tweak the printer to print this?

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