Giant Lego Baby Groot

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Giant Lego Baby Groot by Tech77 May 5, 2017


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I am groot. I Am Groot, I am GROOT!


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The pins for the arms were really hard to install you may want to get the remixed ones that go in from the outside.

I mean I am groot.

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I've tried to open the chest part with several tools (Repetier Host, 3D Builder, Open3Mod, SketchUp), but they all say it's not manifold and needs repairs. I've tried several repair tools (Repetier Host, MeshMixer, MeshFix, Solid Inspector², 3D Builder, but they all come up with a bad mesh in the end. Could you check that file and provide a working one, please?

I also had problems with the chest file during modeling, unfortunately it's the only version I have. It will however slice and print fine, but if you want to modify it you'll have to start from scratch, sorry.

Which slicer did you use? Slic3r didn't like it...

Cura. not sure on the version.... an older one

I just tried with Cura and also Skeinforge, both generate the slice but the print won't start, because of the errors. Any tip on what software I can use to fix the mesh?

How are you sending the gcode to the printer and what printer?

I'm using Repetier Host, sending to Repetier Server, which is connected to my Tronxy P802 (Prusa i3 clone).

Try printing directly off a SD card, I assume the Repetier host or server is seeing the mesh errors and preventing it from printing.

That did the trick, thanks for your help !

No problem, post him up when done!

Make the minifig size pls

Do you have a link for the remixed arm pins?
Thank you!

I haven't tried them but they look like they would make things easier. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1457640

Giant Lego Darth Vader - Arm pins for Flashprint

Now someone needs to combine this Baby Groot mini fig with the Otto dancing robot internals