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3D Printed Space Invaders Decorations

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3D Printed Space Invaders Decorations by latzro Dec 16, 2014
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Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fauRuZ_JsNk

3D printed Space Invaders decorations! Not much to say here really. My designs are just a remix of Thingiverse user "sideburn" STL files. I just took the original STL files and scaled them to make it possible to use them as wall decorations. I guess that if you really like Space Invaders (and have the space required) you could print out the entire game and put it on your wall.

I recommend you scale down the files if you plan to print all of them including the barriers, as they are scaled to fit the size seen in the game making the barriers enormous compared to the player cannon and the invader ships.

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What program do I use to increase the thickness? I've download the files to desktop, and tried opening with both blender and sketchup. Both programs would not recognize the 3d files I downloaded. Any suggestions?

Thank you for your download! Well, the best apps around are 123D Design and Fusion 360. My recommendation would be to import the STL object, duplicate it, and then move the second object upwards in the Z axis. After that, you can just blend both objects together. You can do this as many times as you'd like to make the object as thin or thick as you'd like. (To make it thinner just subtract both objects instead of combining them)

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