The Devil Made Me Do It
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This is a remix of Andreas's superb original, Impy. The first version of this remix was done in about an hour by Skyler, one of my students. (Not bad for a fifth grader, huh?) I then made some modifications to Skyler's version and turned it into a kit we could print using our dual extruder printer and then assemble.
I have another version that has the devil glancing back toward his pitchfork with his tongue slightly askew.
The red & brown main body and black & white eyes must be printed on a dual extruder printer. (Sorry!)
The red pegs that are printed along with the body are used to attached the body to the base.
The black pitchfork should just slide into the devil's hands.
Be sure to print 2 copies of the eyes.
We use Gorilla Glue to attach the eyes, teeth and belt buckle. Getting the teeth into place requires a bit of finesse. What I do is dab a small drop of glue into each of the teeth sockets then use a pointed tool to position the teeth into place.
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