You get 3 files. One is a complete Dinosaur Ladle and the others are a split ladle. It stands almost 10 inches tall so it may not fit on some printer in one piece.
This print works best on a Z belt printer.
Pay attention to your first layer. Its important that it stays flat. Any lifting will create rounded base feet. This will make it hard for the ladle to stand.
Supports will be needed. Be wise with your support type and size. It will go up to support the head of the dinosaur. It will create a tall pillar of support which may fail.
The ladle should be printed solid. If you leave air inside the ladle, it will try to float or fill up with a liquid. If the ladle fills up with any liquids, it will no longer be safe to reuse.
You will need to do some prep work to make this safe for food. As a one time use, it wont hurt anything.
ABS may be the best choice if you good with vapor smoothing. A smooth object wont trap anything or grow mold. Some claim that PETG is food safe, but again, you cant risk trapping food particles in the layers. You could also coat the print in a food safe resin to seal the ladle and make it safe to clean and reuse.
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