Low Poly Fox

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Low Poly Fox by slavikk Jul 22, 2015


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Simple low polygon fox


10% infill
0.2mm layer height
chin support

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it was stringy and too thin at the paws and by another spot on the legs area. was a shame because i printed at 200%.

This model is really awesome, but unfortunately there seem to be some weird artefacts on the left hand side due to an issue with the mesh (see screenshots). Using the option to merge all outlines into a single solid model in S3D fixed it for me.

Printed at 300% size and still turned out great!

Printed beautifully on a Anet A8. PLA 220°/50°, 8mm brim, Scale 50%, 0.2mm layer, 50% fan speed.

mine turned out fine except the ears were very rough and didn't print well. They had some spaces that made it weak and look stringy. Do you think that if i disable z hop that could fix the issue? i'm on a cr 10.

Even at 50% size, remains 100% cute

You can always resize it when you go to print it.

How did you design this? In other words, what programs did you use?

Printed this a few minutes ago without any supports, worked perfectly. Don't do the supports, it works fine without. Tons of timelapses available of this print and they all print without either.

First print I've ever done and this came out exactly as I hoped.

I used the settings recommended by the author and using Cura, generated a support for the nose (I had to tweak some angle thresholds so it didn't try to support other spots).

Thank you to the author for creating such a lovely piece of art.

The print came out pretty good, did a time-lapse of it if you want to check it out https://youtu.be/z_ntQw8ZXk4 all print details are in the video description.

1st print for my roommate came out great!

I looooooooooove this fox its soooooo cooooool

prints really well.. one of my first prints as well

Want to make this FOX look even cooler ?!? Check out this sweet remote controlled LED light for this 3D print!


Printed without support?

did you even bother reading the description?

When i download it with my Winzip i only get some sort of certificate, am i doing something wrong?

I printed it at 50% original size. It came out beautifully. Make sure support structure is on.

You are on the M3D site with this design!


Your item and images, among many others has been used on eBay for profit. http://www.ebay.com/itm/3D-Printed-Low-Poly-Fox-Figurine-/262178653202 Just3dprint has been violating Thingiverse's non-commercial copyright, and eBay's intellectual property rules for months. Please file an eBay VeRO Notice of Claimed Infringement and get this guy out.

Printed one of these a couple days ago, it came out fairly well. It is a fun print, it makes a cute foxy little desk buddy!

I'm printing this now and it's coming out beautifully when scaled to 3.5 in. Using a Dremel 3DMaker

I'm making one right now! Literally this instant :) , I'm using a Polyprinter its good for some casual 3D Printing

you make so much cool stuff!