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I really like the rhinoceros, its sharp horn and the armor-like skin, making it like a monster from the Middle Ages, like an armored car with four legs, really a cool animal. So the rhino became the first design in my Running Animals series. The Running Animals series features a slow running down the slope of about 10 degrees, swinging back and forth when running downhill, and ticking like a metronome. It looks very interesting. The Running Animals series also includes polar bears, triceratops, and brontosaurus, and will be released in the future.
3D printing settings
Layer height 0.2mm
Infill density 20%
Support Type: None
Don't printing all models are small then 75%
3D printer file information
3D design format: STL and ZIP Folder details Close
- RR-Assembly Drawings.zip
- Publication date: 2019/06/06 at 11:20
I am a designer and an art creator, was drawing comic strips and illustrations from an early age. Paper craft and toys are my main directions in this decade. In 2015, I started self-learning in 3D printing, and applied this technology as an authoring tool. It’s really pleased the invention of 3D printing because it brings unlimited possibilities on creations. As a designer who loves mechanical structure and the beauty of dynamic, I begin to create robots and Automate as well. Hope these art crafts would bring more and more inspiration and imagination to all of you.
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