Print your money bender and turn empty pringles tin into a piggy bank.
Parts are separated for easier printing and less material use.
There are two options for eyes and frame:
eyes and frame in one piece (if you're going to print them in one colour),
eyes and frame in two files (if you're going to print them in two colours like i did).
Once all parts are printed glue them together with few drops of super glue.
Eye signs have tollerance of 0.15 but in my case they didn't fit in the holes (maybe the bed was too close to the nozzle) so i glued them on.
Other parts fit together nicely.
I've included screenshot of the print bed layout for the parts (all parts) but i printed them one at the time. If you find better layout for some parts please let me know (fillets of the eyes didn't turn out best in my case).
I used supports just for the mouth (88 or 89 deg angle).
Head was printed in my case with 3 perimiters and no infill (something happened close to the top so maybe i needed some infill).
All other parts were printed with 3 perimiters 4-5 top bottom layers and 15% infill.
Print time was approx 11 hours on my cr10s.
0,2 layer height
4-5 top bottom layers
10-15% infill depending on a part
Supports just for the mouth piece (88-89 deg)
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