Volibear (Easy to Print and Assemble)

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Volibear (Easy to Print and Assemble) by PandolarBear Jun 14, 2014


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I broke down this Volibear model into 4 easy to print pieces. All you have to do is assemble him with some glue. I would suggest starting by printing his legs and then moving up from there. It's a beautiful model. I printed it without a hitch (no pictures though because my girlfriend has it now to paint). Please Enjoy!

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This is an amazing model... Stunned when I first saw it... Hoping to print and show one myself!

Hey can i ask you how you divided the model in 4 parts? i just can't find the software for that :(

I used Autodesk Maya. It was actually a lot of work because I had to cut the models up and then fill the holes of the areas I cut. I got Maya for free through my college.

i love your works! what software do you use to add the supports manually?

This is awesome. I would suggest making some grooves or holes for each piece to fit in for extra sturdiness.

This is a really good idea. My gf accidentally knocked his arm off so either I need to implement this idea or buy stronger glue. XD