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.
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
Material: PLA or ABS
Dimensions: 200mm x 140mm x 105mm
Material Quantity: about 200g
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