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Lazy Dogs

Creation's quality: 4.0/5 (22 votes)
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3D model description

Lazy Dogs!! Not only one, but 3 different models!

**No supports required. Just slice and print!

After printing, just move carefully all the articulations to completely free them.

Check my other articulated designs here!

*Disclaimer: Not MMU/multicolor models. Pictures shown contain hand-painted models.

3D printing settings

A good first layer is mandatory for the print to succeed. Be sure your printer is calibrated and you have good bed adhesion.

Good layer cooling is also recommended, as it prevents curling and warping on overhangs.

  • 3D file format: ZIP
  • Last update: 2020/12/14 at 09:29
  • Publication date: 2020/12/09 at 18:49





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Yes, it also works on FDM. It can be printed without supports directly on the base, but you will have to be very careful when removing. Be careful also if you downscale it too much, because that may cause the "elbow" joints to fuse together. Best results with a very opaque resin and a proper IPA cleaning before curing.

Does this work for SLS printing too? Most of the examples seem to be FDM?

Just default PrusaSlicer settings. I guess it's the setting "ensure wall thickness" (or something like that) the one that made a good top finish. For other slicers you may try increasing the number of top layers (6-7 worked for me with Simplify3D in the past)

Actually I already tried printing it hollow with 1.6 mm wall thickness. Looks great except for a bit of pillowing on top.
What was your slicer settings?

Yes, 100% no supports. And they can be printed hollow, but it may be tricky for the bottom part of the leg joints. It worked for me with PrusaSlicer.
Hope it helps!

is it possible to print this hollow & without support?

Can you sell just one dog?

No, sorry. The Copyright is non-commercial

Are these okay for resale?

Hi! Thanks a lot, I'm glad you like them. As it's said on the description, these are not MMU models. I just hand-painted some of them. Hope it helps!

Hi, these are so amazing. I am quite new but how do I get the two different colors. I have a dual extrustion printer. Thank you so much for making these, my son just loves them. I am working on buying the whole collection.


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