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The Squash Gobbler

by MrKindergarten, published

The Squash Gobbler by MrKindergarten Nov 21, 2016

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Vegetarians rejoice! For too long has the gloriously roasted turkey taken all the attention at the center of the Thanksgiving dinner table, while our delicious, but turd-shaped meat analogue loaf simmered off to the side. Thanks to the Squash Gobbler those days are over! I (practically) guarantee that if one of these waddles onto the table, it will be the focus of conversation during much of the meal.

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Even though I used a large nail to create the holes, I was still concerned the posts would break off, so I printed all parts at 50% infill to toughen them up a bit.

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Hi I’m just getting started and I have no clue how to design and post things. I was hoping that you could get me started, I mean I’ve seen some of the things you made and it looks like you’re a professional

Not slicing well for me. I'm trying it .2mm through Cura 2.7 and Slic3r 1.3.0. The prints seem to shift along the Y axis as they are printing. the tail had done pretty well but then the posts shifted to the point they were unusable. All of my recent prints have been fine, any ideas? Is this happening to anyone else?

Looks like my printer jerk control was off. The only one I had problems printing still was the head. I did it on a raft with support eventually and it pretty much came out. the nose part still came free but worked out ok.

I'll have to re-print the feet as they shifted but their nail pieces worked out. i'll post a pic later. I did set the feet to z-pause at 2.2mm and I switched from green to orange, which came out really nice color wise.

I also printed the head in white and colored it with markers as my red is PETG and wasn't working well for this, my white and most of my colors are all PLA.

The face looks very phallic.

Not what I was going for (at all), but would definitely be a talking point during dinner!

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