A cross between an AT-AT and the Cat in the Hat.Toys
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Star Wars, Dr. Seuss
I made this because my husband thought that the AT-AT model I made should have cat ears and a hat. I thought it would be a fun joke that would take a few hours but I ended up taking over a month. It has been a good project to learn about articulating joints and 3d printing in general.
It is not a perfect model and I may work on it in the future. The sockets are prone to breakage. If you make this, please let me know any suggestions you have for improvement!
4x lower leg
4x leg socket
3x tail (As pictured. More or fewer to make tail longer / shorter.)
1x everything else
Snaps together. No gluing necessary, unless you want the hat to stay on permanently. Filing may be needed on head socket and tail ball pegs depending on how you print it.
Materials and methods
Printed on an Original Prusa i3 MK2S using eSUN PETG and PLA.
0.20mm layer height
100% infill on tail ball and head socket, 20% infill for the rest
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