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This is scale model of the Minecraft character 'Steve'Toys
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In total, the changes the scad file are: - Added hair and face - Added a shirt to the body, with a cut out for the neckline - Added sleeves to the arms - Made it easier to produce individual parts of the model - Flipped the Z axis so that it's the right way up - Cleaned the programming for readability and reuse of code.
There are two sets of STL files. One with 'pins', which can be printed separately, then clipped together and allow the model to be moved. The non-pin STLs need to be glued together.
The creeper in the photo is my 'Minecraft Creeper' model if you are interested.
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- Printed on:
- Anet A8
- Result you can see on the photo. This large sword is as downloaded from page 100%. Problem is that it is to big for the character. I scaled it down to 41% but it was too small, 43% is still too small but kind of accceptable (still to small to stick in his hand).
Thank you kind sir.
Added the pins_v3.scad file - not one of my own, one I took from Thingiverse when I was tinkering with the model.
Nice! Do you have the "pins.scad" file? I want to add a hole on the bottom of the feet to put it on a stand, or maybe even to make him stick on Lego bricks. Having that file could help me to not have to rewrite that module.