Fewer than 60 specimens of Tyrannosaurus Rex have ever been unearthed, and even fewer of them are complete skeletons available to the public. Access to this prehistoric marvel has been denied to countless students, scientists, and dinosaur enthusiasts around the world… until now. A Work of Precise Art from the MakerBot Studio The T-Rex Skeleton is truly a sight to behold. With 79 pieces, this premium model showcases the kind of detail and artistry that the experts at the MakerBot Studio are capable of producing. For Educators, Collectors, Dinophiles and Everyone Else Dinosaur and collectible lovers will both covet this magnificent print, but we’re just as excited to see how the T-Rex Skeleton will be used in the classroom. Having a 3D printed T-Rex Skeleton for students to play with is a great way to get them excited about paleontology. Anatomically Accurate and Delicately Detailed From tail to teeth, this model was created in the exact image of the original lizard king. No details were spared, from its intimidating skull and delicate rib cage to its laughably small arms. 20 times smaller than the average T. rex specimen (approximately 40 feet in length), the 3D model is anatomically accurate down to the last vertebrae. Excavate your own T-Rex Skeleton from the MakerBot Digital Store. Thingiverse Challenge How would you honor the king of the dinosaurs? Our latest Thingiverse Remix Challenge invites you to put your own spin on the intricately detailed T-Rex Skull from MakerBot Academy. Please note: Assembling the beast requires some dexterity and a little patience. Just carefully follow the directions in the PDF that accompanies your download, and you’ll be fine.