Escher Lizard

by sprocket1597, published

Escher Lizard by sprocket1597 Sep 14, 2014
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Remixed this... scaled it up. its about 56mm long now. Also decreased the outline slightly so they fit together easily as im printing with a 0.5mm nozzle.

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My first print! Thanks. I have now made two with the M3D. Took about 2 hours each.

Glad to hear it. Its a good start

A very nice design. One can never have enough, and it's perfect for using up the last bits of filament left on a spool of filament.

Thanks for doing this remix! I have been using the original one for a while as a test piece to print before I release new firmware, but the pieces wouldn't fit together. Now I no longer have to throw away these test prints, I add them in to the ensemble instead. My company is called Escher Technologies btw.