Pet Monster Valentine - Dualstrusion Ready

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Pet Monster Valentine - Dualstrusion Ready by tbuser Aug 23, 2012
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I did this a while ago and someone just asked for it and I realized I never posted it! These are just the original models that I centered and enlarged to work well with MakerBot Dualstrusion.

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Hello! Could this possibly be done in two parts and popped together? I would like to try to paint the heart and dragon individually, I think, and it would be easier to do with them separate. Also, I don't have a dual extruder. ;)

It looks like you used a rather low printer resolution?

Yeah, there's 2 things with that picture: 1. the model itself has a very shallow slope 2. it was printed a long time ago when dualstrusion was more experimental (also that was dualstrusion on a thing o matic!)