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This is a 3d Printable pig, with a large void inside for salt or pepper, and holes in the pigs nostrils to pour.
I designed it on a whim, when I was getting ready to get my MakerBot.
However, The part did make it into the NYTimes!!! http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/05/nyregion/05about.html !!!!!!!
Thanks so much to the people who printed this before I ever had a chance to!!!
There is now a V2 of the pig, all files have been updated! The tail of the pig is now the filling plug!
There's now a V3 of the pig! no more toes lol, and the feet have holes in them so that you can push sugru in and it'll hold really well :-)
This little piggie's famous!
Pig gets feet!
Look in the bag of toys behind the Cylon Santa!
Although I have this listed as creative-commons attribution share-alike, I am willing to grant individuals or buisnisses the rights to sell prints of it for a small fee, so long as they contact me BEFORE doing so.
Print both pig.stl and pigtail.stl, and fill the pig with salt, the pigtail then gets screwed in to the back of the pig to plug the hole!
You may need to drill out the holes in the nose in order for salt to pour :-)
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