Hexarthrius Parryi Paradoxus 3D Model3dexport.com
Hexarthrius Parryi Paradoxus 3D Model
Simple swimming dolphin animation available for sale:http://hyperbeamgraphics.com/#!/Swimming-Dolphin-Animated/p/57236830/category=1523242
Its an old model that I made for a friend, she liked it so why shouldn't you.
I did this project to make what I think is the most interesting of all spiders; the Tarantula. There are so many variations for this arachnid. They are powerful predators and can even be a pet.
A cute horse toy that you can 3D print!--> This 3D file was originally made by Thingiverse citizen terryr All credits to terryr! :)We only adapted the STL file for better 3D print on a MakerBot Replicator 2 3D printer in PLA plastic. We also took some pictures of the process.
Rhino - Voronoi Style3dupndown.com
As requested by Thingiverse user aapman: A Rhino in Voronoi Style.I hope you like it!Here is a little animation made with this rhino:http://youtu.be/mwOGUuFo3d4by roman hegglin, published Apr 10, 2014
Crocodile... prints on its feet. There is designed in support under the belly and tail (...although his belly is only just off the ground)InstructionsPrint with Raft but "No Support" as the support is designed in and should break away fairly easily from under the belly and tail. Use 3 shells on a Replicator 2 or 4 shells on a 5th generation Replicator and 35% infill to make sure the legs are strong and don't break when removing the support.Take time and care to remove the support along the mouth so the randomised teeth are cleared away... just like a real croc's teeth!by upndownpub muzz, published Sep 21, 2014
Kangaroo - Voronoi Style3dupndown.com
Kangaroo in Voronoi Style.I did not print it out yet: Could be a bit of a challange to print.by roman hegglin, published Jun 22, 2014
We created this cute little articulated elephant last month for our friends in Nante, at IRT Jules Verne (France).Their city is well known for their giant puppets. The most famous one is a huge robotic elephant, the size of a building.Since they bought a lot of material from le FabShop, including a ton of MakerBots, our creative director, Samuel N. Bernier designed this little toy to be used as a goodie.It had a great success, so we decided to share it with you.InstructionsYou can download two files for two different size :XL size (length : 275 mm)XS size (length : 90 mm)Can be printed with 0 infill if you wantThe Z resolution we used is 0,2. (MakerBot's standard setting)We used MakerBot's Pumpkin orange PLA.by LeFabShop, published Feb 25, 2014