Nikodem Bartnik shared on Thingiverse:
When I got my 3D printer I started to think what can I made with it. I printed a lot of things but I wanted to make a whole construction using 3D printing. Then I thought about making robot animal. My first idea was to make a dog or spider, but a lot of people already made dogs and spiders. I was thinking about something different and then I thought about snake. I designed whole snake in fusion360, and it looked awesome so I ordered necessary parts and build one. I think that the result is great. On this video you can see how I made it:
or you can reed about it here:
To make one you need:
1x snake head
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