This is a toy animal fence that I designed to be compatible with the products of a renowned European toy animal brand.
If you intend to print this on a vanilla extrusion-based printer, you should use the "FDM" version of the STL and switch off automatic support generation in you slicer.
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FDM/PLA Notes: Make sure the first two layers are printed nice and slow. Do not attach a brim directly to the object because they will create a lot of work for you removing the support structures afterwards. On a correctly aligned printer with a heated bed you should not need any rafts and no brim to keep the object on the surface. The support structures are designed in a way that they should come off without any major effort.