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Low Poly Animal Collection

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Low Poly Animals Collection including 05 models: low poly lion, low poly elephant, low poly bull, low poly saber toothed tiger and low poly mammoth. models designed for 3d printing with all 3d print-ability checks, images show real 3d prints of the models.

You can buy single models, following links:
https://cults3d.com/en/art/roaring-lion
https://cults3d.com/en/art/low-poly-bull
https://cults3d.com/en/art/low-poly-mammoth
https://cults3d.com/en/art/elephant-faceted-sculpture
https://cults3d.com/en/art/saber-toothed-tiger

  • 3D model format: STL

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This was the first time I payed for a .stl file and was I dissappointed immediately.
First of all the design is really beautiful, great job done by the designer!
However the mammoth is not a solid volume. Instead it is a hollow structure with thin walls and an entry hole into the body through the nostril of the mammoth.
This makes the part extremely hard to print even with bunch of support structure in the belly of the animal. The walls are at some points only 3-4 lines thick with 0.4mm line thickness (of course 100% infill). This means that essentially it's only possible to have 1 line for inner and 1 line for outer wall. As a consequence the walls are just not looking smooth and the tail of the animal breaks off super easily.
Even harder to print the part at smaller sizes.
I really think it's a shame for this beautiful design because it could be printed so much more beautifully if only the body was a solid object.
It may be useful for stereolithography printers because the thin walls use up less resin and the liquid resin in the inner can be poured out through the nostril after printing.

Hopefully the designer will update a new version of the file that fixes this problem.