yoda by chylid

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yoda by chylid by resinranger Jul 17, 2012
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Just brought my Bot home set it up and printed this beautiful little Yoda


So much to learn so much to print!!

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for my first big 6h3mn printing
I am happy with the result because I just changed the home printer to make it autonomous.


I have put the photo in black it is difficult to see the details but are there with printing support.
thank you again for sharing.

Good work! printed without support??

Will do, thanks for the tip!!

Welcome to the community. That's great print, especially for your first!

We try to properly credit each other when we print someone else's design, or credit them when we work from and alter someone else's design (which we call Making a Derivative). Next time, you'd want to click on the I Made One button on the Thing page that you got your .stl from, and post your phot
os and comments there. While your comments prove otherwise, doing it this way is suggesting you've designed this yourself.

Hope I didn't come off rude.

Well actually it's not, and it's my first posting so I didn't really know what to do, just wanted to show that I made one because I was so excited about it!! All the credit to the original mastermind just wanted to post my Bot's first build