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A Pikachu made in Tinkercad and modified in Meshlab. There are many different versions so pick wisely. Tail is now included.
pikachu.20130308.e.1.stl = v1.0 Pikachu. It is 52 mm high.
pikachu.20130308.f.1.stl = "squat" Pikachu. It is 41 mm high.
I uploaded pikachu.20130308.e.1.stl to TInkercad and changed it's height from 52 to 41 mm.
pikachu.20130310.a.1.stl = 60 mm high with fatter + less slanted ears, fingers, 3 mm square hole for tail, and 1 mm circular base.
pikachu.20130316.stl = Same as pikachu.20130310.a.1.stl but with new arms without fingers.
pikachu_50mm.20130316.stl = Same a pikachu.20130316.stl but resized down to 50 mm high.
pikachu_tail.20130322.stl = Tail with right angle. If you cut off the right angle then you can attach the tail to come straight out of the back.
The "Golden Pikachu" in one of the pictures was printed using a Micro M3D printer (1.75 mm PLA), scale down to 0.36% of original size. My friend's printer, I wish I had one!!!
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