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What is your printer capable of? That is the question Marvin asks when you're a Hub on 3D Hubs.
Now you can take it a step further with this remix of the awesome 3D Hubs mascot Marvin. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:215703
A design for the 3D print-geek, who'd love to take on the challenge of getting more out of its printer.
Not only for the FDM printers with one extruder, but also for 2 or 3 extruders.
Even if your an owner of a full color 3d printer. There are 2 themes of textures available; in CMYK and RGB.
I'd love to see your print.
So feel free to put your print result in the 'Made' section
- Fined my HUB at 3D Hubs
- 1EXT - E01: Single-Extruder STL files
- 2EXT - E01 and E02: Dual-Extruder STL files
- 3EXT - E01, E02 and E03: Triple-Extruder STL files
- COLOR: ZPR FILES, UV-mapped OBJ
and texture maps in CMYK or RGB 2 color themes
I'm Sander, creator of this 3D Print. And founder of my own 3D Scan & Design service:
Do you love weddings and 3D Printing?
I've opened up a Shapeways shop for 3D printed wedding accessories:
Check out the Wedding 3D shop on Shapeways
A thanks for your interest!
and keep on printing
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Marvin Advanced by Sannyshine is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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- You must distribute Remixes under the same license as the original.
- Remixing or Changing this Thing is allowed.
- Commercial use is allowed.
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