Proud Rooster Sliced to Print

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Proud Rooster Sliced to Print by MacGyver Sep 22, 2012

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My Daughter wanted to print this rooster but I didn't want to use support so I sliced him in half. Hopefully your bridging is working well for the legs.


Print without support and glue both halves together and have a clucking good time.

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Hi MacGyver,

How nice to see Proud Rooster come "alive". Can you tell a little about your working process? You sliced the STL (what program did you use), you 3D printed both halfs (what printer and what material), and you then casted it to make moulds?



It was only a matter of time till one of these showed up on here....

He was chicken and took a long to surface.