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#3DPrinted BMO! by Garret

Garrett Kearney shares on Thingiverse:

BMO – Adventure Time!

This is a 3D printed BMO. I created this as an exclusive model for Pinshape as I was nominated as their Designer of the Month for April. Unfortunately the site announced they were shutting down (update: maybe not?). So I’ll be posting the files on other sites. I also wrote a blog post for them.

You can check out Pinshape here (my section is at the bottom of the page): https://pinshape.com/

You can read the blog I wrote for them here (if they take it down I’ll update the link to some files I stored): https://pinshape.com/blog/tinkercad-tutorial-with-dotm-chaoscoretech/

As for the actual model. I modeled it in Tinkercad. I designed it to be easily printed in one piece with no supports needed. I printed it on my Robo 3D R1 with Hatchbox White PLA.

Print Settings:
Layer Height: 0.3mm
Infill: 20%
Supports: No
Raft: No


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