Hey! This thing is still a Work in Progress. Files, instructions, and other stuff might change!


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Rabbitsta by mifga Mar 1, 2011

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A mash-up of:

  • Stanford Bunny by archiveman (Thing #406, though using later cleaned up models)
  • Gangsta by yzorg (Thing #5367)

I'm tempted to clean up that collar -- but will probably print first to get a sense of where I am so far.

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Gangsta Bunny. I really enjoyed this one. Printed on A zcorp 402 with hydroperm. about 3.5 inches tall.

Kinda looks like Stanford Bunny is "marking" his territory. :)

nice one!! needs a bit of support under the chin

oh, definitely -- that is why this is a work-in-progress. I wanted to test getting the ears right, so everything is planned for that. We printed the piece out twice in the botcave yesterday and the ears on a stepstruder really come out great. So now I need to sculpt the chin a bit to fix the overhang and make adjustments to the back collar. And maybe beef out the legs so you can print it smaller without it falling over.

i printed this one at .7 size and it came out really really well, even with the overhang the printer recovered and I was able to moosh the plastic back into the face after heating it up a bit.

here is a video of the one i printed. so awesome at the end when the printer slowed down to a crawl and i could hear the printer move in 1/16th steps one click at a time.

Great time lapse. What tools do you use to capture? So sinister!

thanks i used an iphone4 on a gorilla pod with the tripod adapter found here, thing #4335

thanks for the heads up -- I updated the license for this to match the sources.

hmmm, that would be an awesome 3D print.... someone should grab that bunny mask and get to work.

Oh gosh... What has the stanford bunny done...

Evil Rabbits!