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Scorpion by mikeq Nov 13, 2012




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This is a scorpion puzzle. It was originally designed for a laser cutter. I extruded it in Openscad. I did not design this scorpion just made it 3D printable. This puzzle and many others can be found at blechwelt.com/teil_des_monats/archiv.htm


The original scorpion is large. I wanted a small one that was more life size so I resized it. That is the one shown in the photo. Print one of the Part 1 plate and one of the Part 2 plate. I haven't printed the large version but, it should be about 150mm long. The small version is about 80mm long.

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Went together easy and looks cool. I had no issues with the print or assembly.

I see two variant of the Part1 and Par 2
Could you please specify what it means.
What suffixes does mean ? "sm" "hdfix" ??

Hey Mate,
Sorry to post here, but there doesn't seem to be any other messaging service on this site, anyway, just wanted to let you know that I've posted the 10x4.7 props up.
Cool scorpion by the way. :)

I just printed your scorpion and it worked beautifully! Thanks for sharing!!!

I made one of these a while back. I used a different source and didn't upload it as I had to file every part to make it fit. I'm very keen to try this one to see if it fits any better and will probably check out some of the other dxf files too. Thanks.