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PhotoBun Puppet

by 3deran, published

PhotoBun Puppet by 3deran Oct 25, 2017

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Summary

This file will let you print an articulated puppet of PhotoBun.
It has the ability to move his legs, arms, ears and torso.

PhotoBun is an animated character I've created, that enjoys life and have an active instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/photobun

Printing, Cleaning, Building and Playing:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GNgrB3IDxo

Print Settings

Printer:

Cetus3D

Rafts:

Yes

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

0.15 mm

Infill:

20%


Notes:

Please pay attention to the left/right legs and left/right arms location when connecting them

These are the settings that I've used. You can try different settings.
I'd love to hear you thoughts, all comments are welcome.

Resolution: 0.15mm
Infill: 20%
Angle: 40 Deg

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Printing, Cleaning, Building and Playing! :)

Some of his insta photos.

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I bet you've printed it in ABS. Do you know if it also works in PLA, TPU or PETG?

Hi,
Thank you for your comment.
I've printed it using PLA.
I really have no idea if it will work with other materials, but I'm guessing there shouldn't be a problem.

Ah, thank you very much! I was anxious about to join the parts as PLA isn't that much flexible.

You may need to use a little force, but as you can see - it's working :)
I'd be happy to see your print.

Thank you! I have another question. The license says it's "Non commercial", which I totally understand. I would print your bunny for a friend of a friend. In exchange he wants to give me the money for the filament used plus postage. Would that violate your license?

That's ok :)
You're not making a business out of it. A couple of prints is totally ok by me.
Thank you for asking.

Would be only one. He totally likes bunnies. Especially blue ones. Funny coincidence. Thank you again.

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