Tika Alpaca (movable legs!)
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A friendly pack animal to carry you through the day. With two pairs of movable legs and a spirit for adventure, this alpaca will surely brighten your life.
Alpacas get lonely. So why not print in pairs?
Get a special edition traveler alpaca, complete with saddle bags, by becoming our patron!
Designed as an aesthetic, multi-functional test and calibration model, this alpaca works great for testing your printer's bridging, overhang, supports, and bed adhesion capability as shown here.
If you like this smooth, clean look, you might like Grumbo, our solid, blocky elephant.
Make sure you give your new best friend enough infill, otherwise the tail might detach.
You can print this alpaca down to 60% of provided size (baby alpacas!!!) if your printer can work with a bridge of clearance 0.3mm. The original has 0.5mm clearance.
Inspiration from: LeFabshop Elephant
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See apps, projects, and other designs we make at tika.io
Print the first layer slow, crank cooling up for all others. Watch out for the overhangs of joints and over legs.
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