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Save the Whales (DC Motor Powered Kinetic Whales)

3D model description

Printable kinetic 3D whales with DC motor.

Simple assembly is required.

Assemble instruction is in my youtube channel

Use a raw 1.75mm filament while assemble some parts.

May need a sandpaper while assemble the parts. It depends on a 3d-printer's condition.

Need a super glue, double sided tape, small DC motor and electric components such as electric wires.

The object tested by FDM 3d printer with PLA and ABS filament.

3D printing settings

Layer height:
0.10mm (Crank_axle, Support_Babywhale, Support_body, support_head, Support_tail, Gears_Pins.stl)

0.15mm (BabyWhale, Head_jaw, Body_01~03, Tail, Left_flipper, Right_flipper, Flukes, Pins.stl)

0.18mm (Base_v2, Cover, Motor_cover, SavetheWhales_tag.stl)

Shell count: 3

Fill density: 15~20%

Time to do: about 1600 - 1700 minutes

Technology: FDM

Material: PLA or ABS

Dimensions: 200mm x 140mm x 105mm

Material Quantity: about 200g

  • 3D model format: STL





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