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Eeyore

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3D model description

Eeyore, a character in the Winnie-the-Pooh books by A. A. Milne.

He is generally characterized as a pessimistic, gloomy, depressed, old grey stuffed donkey who is a friend of the title character, Winnie-the-Pooh.

No supports are required. One part is included with and without built-in supports. If you have the proper filament colors, no painting is needed.

The assembled model is 115mm tall and is in proportion to my Winnie the Pooh model.

Enjoy!

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Print Instructions:
Supports: No
Resolution: .2mm
Infill: 10%

Notes:**

Refer to the notes below for a few helpful printing and assembly instructions.

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Building the model
Colors

Black: (Paramount3D PLA - Black)
eye_blacks (contains two pieces)
tail_black
eyebrow_right
eyebrow_left
hair
..

White: (Paramount3D PLA - White)
eye_white_right
eye_white_left
..

Pink: (Paramount3D PLA - Harajuku Pink)
ear_right
ear_left
mouth
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Red: (Hachbox PLA - True Red)
bow_left
bow_right
..

Blue: (Paramount3D PLA - Cadet Blue)
button

Light Grey: (Paramount3D PLA - Prototype Gray)
body_bottom
face

..
Dark Grey: (Paramount3D PLA - Battleship Gray)
tail_grey
body_top_with_supports
body_top_no_supports (optional piece)
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Any color (hidden piece)
bow_pin
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Printing and assembly tips

Printing tips
1-No supports are required. One part is included with and without built-in supports.

*body_top_with_supports contains supports for four areas of the body. Due to the shape of this part, some of the areas that need supports will still print a bit rough. To verify my supports, I also printed the part with PrusaSlicer supports to confirm that the roughness looks the same. The built-in supports are designed not only to provide support but to also ensure an easier print and simple removal.
*body_top_no_supports is also supplied if you want to use your own slicer supports.

2-There are some pieces that may need brims or rafts, use your discretion. When setting up my prints I prefer to be conservative, especially since the base of many parts are hidden when inserted into another part.

*I used brims on: bow_left, bow_right, tail_grey. I even used a brim on body_top_with_supports since it is such a long print.
*I used a raft on: eyebrow_left/right, eye_blacks, eye_white_left/right, tail_black, hair

3-The eyes are extremely small, so you may want to print a few in case you lose them.

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Assembly tips:

1-Take your time gluing the model together and enjoy the process.

2-I used E6000 sticky craft glue to put this model together. The sticky glue allows more time to position the parts than a fast drying superglue. I have 'fat fingers' and a shaky hand, so the sticky glue works out best for me, especially with small pieces.

3-The eye_blacks are extremely small and are essentially just black dots. I kept the eye_whites on thier raft and glued in the eye_blacks with the whites still on the raft. Still a bit clumsy but gluing this way was easier for me.

4-All the tail parts fit into each other very nicely, however since the joining indents are small you need to make sure they are positioned correctly. Look closely at the pictures for guidance.

5-As noted in the printing section, some supported areas of body_top will print a bit rough. I used a small file to smooth the areas out. Fortunately the parts that join the rough areas are supposed to be a bit rounded off (after all Eeyore is sewn together) and a bit of extra filing of the rough areas will not affect the overall joint.

6-You will notice some of Eeyores stiches on his face and body_top. I intended on doing more stiches on his body, however they turned out far too small to be printed well.

7-Refer to the assembly diagram in the pictures section 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.

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Publication date: 2020/12/09 at 20:32

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