Dog Keychain

by CentaurDesign, published

Dog Keychain by CentaurDesign Oct 22, 2012
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Created by grade 12 student Scott L. using google sketchup.


Printed on a Makerbot in blue and black ABS with 15% infill, 1 shell, .2 layer height, extruder temp 225, bed temp. 110, no raft, no support.

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Hello , i am new with dual and triple extruder printing
i like your tag .
I it possible to to chance the figure of the dog into a Number ? i need key tags From 1 to 40 in dual color and in separated .stl files
is this easy to change ?

Sorry the student who made this has long since moved on to other classes. We also don't do commission work as our students don't have time. We make our keytags using sketchup. What you are asking wouldn't be difficult but it would be time consuming and have no value to us. There are lots of great tools out there like Tinkercad or the thingiverse customizer.