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3D Loves Linux, too! Tux the Linux Penguin Miniature! #3DThursday #3DPrinting

Today on our weekly live 3D Hangouts, we will be sharing a guide and project for creating a Raspberry Pi Mac Classic emulator. 3D printing has had a long love affair with early Apple computers. (As it does also with all things Linux, Android, and Windows8, not to play favorites!) Here’s a quick roundup of a few other projects that caught our interest to whet your appetite!


Tux the Linux Penguin statue by frankkienl Thingiverse

Tux the Linux Penguin statue by frankkienl:

Tux the Linux Penguin !

  • Took the model from: reprap.org/wiki/Tux
  • Converted it to STL and run that STL through Cloud.NetFabb
  • Added a stand.

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Minkowski ized Tux Cookie Cutter by ednisley Thingiverse

Minkowski-ized Tux Cookie Cutter by ednisley:

The fundamental parametric OpenSCAD cookie cutter Thing shrinks the cookie shape to generate the wall outline, which works well for convex shapes. Unfortunately, Tux isn’t convex and the shrinkage tends to wreck his crazy flipper feet.

So I started with a flat Tux-shaped slab created from Larry Ewing’s Tux drawings to get the cookie shape as an STL file, used OpenSCAD’s Minkowski transforms to create the three wall thicknesses, stacked up the resulting layers, and punched out the central cookie shape.

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Christmas Linux penguin by CreativeTools Thingiverse

Christmas Linux penguin by CreativeTools, and video of printing process below.

3D model of a Linux penguin wearing Santa’s hat.
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