Dash the Mouse was lovingly hand carved from wood for my new born daughter*. Initially aiming to give my child one adorable animal, scanning and printing have turned Dash into the second cutest infestation** ever.
Original scan includes a string tail, but it makes for a fragile print. If you are making a kid toy, I highly recommend using the second model with the hole for the tail. Just glue a string in after printing.
*I officially started carving Dash three months before she was born, and she didn’t receive it until her first birthday. Turns out carving wood for the first time is really hard.
** Please refer to Mitch Hedberg for the #1 cutest infestation ever.
Dash is as scalable as your printer will allow*. For a clean print, I recommend supports at least under the ears. You can get away with no support if you don’t mind a sloppy lower ears.
*UpMini2 is good down to 10%, Cetus MKII gets clean results down to 5%