As a part of making the debut “Meet the MakerBot Operator” profile video, I worked with the Nick and Winter to co-create the “MakerBot Operators Tips” video released here.
When downloading objects from Thingiverse.com, Nick and Winter take time to repair manifold (“water-tightness”) issues with models in blender before feeding them into Skeinforge to create printable gcode.
After Nick and Winter fix the model to make it well and truly manifold, they take the time to re-post the fix back to Thingiverse as a derivative to help others print the object more easily. This is, in my opinion at least, a pretty awesome community service that helps everyone print objects more easily.
Be a crazy DNA specialist scientist, mix the parts and make the ugliest genetically modified monster !
For your experiment, here are some animal figurines split into 3 parts (head, body and bottom) easy to assemble.
The idea is derived from "monstamaka", a playing card game inspired by "le cadav…