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Polar Bear Can Handle

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Polar Bear Can Handle by MakerBot Dec 6, 2013

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These helpful polar bears keep your canned drink chilly. Papa and baby polar bear are looking Totem-esque in this heartwarming display of teamwork.

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Prints without supports.

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Could you make a Polabear without can handle!? thanks

they would definitely need supports on the arms they are more than 45 degree angle

I just want to add that scaled to 102% the part will be a little to large. 101% should be perfect fit as far as ABS is concerned.

A bit smaller than a standard can, might use a bit of scaling up.

how much too small was it?

yeah i saw the same. Looks like its about 65mm in ABS, and a can is 66, so something like 1.5-2%. "Luckily" my outlet blew a fuse and only did a half print anyway.

this takes 5 hours to make

Can those arms really survive printing without supports?

Yes. I was very surprised by how well home printers handle overhangs. These would come out just fine.

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