Dudley Do-Right, from the animated television series "The Dudley Do-Right Show" assembled by P.A.T. Film Services, consisting of cartoons produced by Jay Ward Productions
Dudley Do-Right is a dim-witted, but conscientious and cheerful Canadian Mountie who is always trying to catch his nemesis, Snidely Whiplash, and rescue damsel in distress Nell Fenwick, his boss's daughter, with whom Dudley is deeply infatuated.
No supports are required. If you have the proper filament colors, no painting is needed.
The model is 200mm tall after assembly.
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Printer Brand: Prusa
Printer: I3 MK3S
Rafts: Doesn't Matter
Filament: various PLA
See below for helpful print and assembly notes
Building the Model
Skin: (Paramount3D PLA - Universal Beige)
Yellow: (Paramount3D PLA - Simpson Yellow)
buttons (contains two pieces)
White: (Hatchbox PLA- True White)
Blue: Paramount3D PLA- Autobot Blue)
Red: (Hatchbox PLA- True Red)
Black: (Paramount3D PLA - Black)
eye_blacks (contains two pieces)
Green: (Paramount3D PLA - St Andrews Green)
Any color (hidden pieces)
pins (contains three pieces)
Printing and assembly tips
1-No supports are required.
2-Both hands and the arm_left piece may need a brim, depending on your bed adhesion.
3-There is an area of the pants that may print a bit rough due to the angle, but that area is hidden so there is no need to worry about print quality there.
1-I used both E6000 and B7000 sticky craft glue. B7000 comes out of the tube a bit smoother which is helpful if you just need a small amount for a small area (small parts). It is also less stringy which makes it even easier to use. Each glue has it's advantages. Sticky glue, in particular over superglue, helps significantly with handling and placing small parts.
2-Some makers mentioned that at times the pins of my other models were too tight of a fit, so I've added a bit more room for the pins. The pins are there to help position the parts, but you should still take the time to ensure everything is properly aligned while the glue is setting.
3-The hair is a tight fit, (sideburns wrap around the ears) so take care in pressing it in. Be sure that there is no first layer squish on the head.
4-The model is top heavy, so the base is required. The base does not have dents in it so simply position the model on the base as per the pictures.
5-Refer to the assembly diagram as well as the uploaded pictures for putting the model together. The model is meant to be glued.
Do not hesitate to ask questions, feedback is essential to making better models.
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