Bearded Dragon Articulated Toy, Print-In-Place Body, Snap-Fit Head, Cute Flexi
3D model description
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I hope you enjoy my articulated Bearded Dragon lizard! He's fun to fidget with and pose. Speaking of posing... I added a new mechanic to the front arms that locks them against the chest. This allows for really cute propped up poses! Give it a try!
Here's a short video showing how the arm locks work: https://youtu.be/QM0dozGDUOc
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3D printing settings
Includes 3 STL Files:
-Head with Pre-Supports: Supports are already built into the model. No need to generate them!
-Body with Custom Brim: Print-in-Place, Brim geo is built in so no need to generate one. No Supports needed.
-Body: Print-In-Place. No Supports
Here is a quick video showing how to remove the Pre-Support and snap-fit the head onto the body (demo'd on the Leopard Gecko): https://youtu.be/IIBjZ6EOQGE
*Good bed adhesion is a must for successful printing. If you find you are having adhesion issues, use a brim/raft or use the model variants with the custom brims built in. If the custom brim shapes aren't showing up in your slice, try lowering your Initial/First Layer Height.
- 10-20% Infill.
- 3 Walls.
Scale to your liking! 100% creates a 10" model, so that will make it easy to scale it to your desired size. (80% = 8", 75% = 7.5", etc.) Depending on your printer tolerances, you should be able to print close to 60% before the joint function may start to become compromised. YMMV
**This model was designed for FDM printing. It was not designed for Resin printing, and I cannot guarantee good/functional results. Resin print at your own risk.*
Attention: Not suitable for unsupervised play by small children or pets, as small parts can pose a choking hazard if broken off due to rough play. Not recommended for children under 3.
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3D printer file information
- Design number: 795617
3D design format: ZIP Folder details Close
- Last update: 2023-08-24 at 17:04
- Publication date: 2022-07-27 at 22:36
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