Dino Triceratops

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Dino Triceratops by ProCoPrint3D Apr 30, 2014
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Dinosaur Triceratops after printing and honing phase.

obtained from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:250645

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I will advise you to do in the support program Meshmixer!

great program, I will be testing its features. Thanks for the info

Yes this is the same dinosaur enlarged to the size of 23cm length 12 cm high 7 cm wide, suport generated semi-automatically by the program to control the machine. part suport I fixed manually.

You should set the original thing as the ancestor/source of your new thing to give credit to the original author.

Thought so.....the standard support worked for my print of it.