I bought my first 3d printer (an Ender 2, great for a very reduced space) and after assembling it I was ready to print something, so I gave it a shot to the g-code included in the SD card that came with the printer. The result was a de-Capicat because the sample filament was not enough to complete the print (as one would assume). So I searched the STL file on thingiverse and found the "CR-10 Cat File" by Elproducts ( www.thingiverse.com/thing:2643326 ) and edited it on Fusion 360 to fit the body of the cat.
There are two versions, one has in-model supports for easier slicing. It clicked in place on my De-Capicat but I cannot guarantee that it fits any other one since it was made specifically for it.
Not a very useful print, but I simple could not stand the idea of the incomplete Cat body.
Go ahead and post your print if you make one! :) I have been wondering how many people ended up with a De-Capicat as their first print.
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