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At 20 times smaller than its armored prehistoric counterpart, the MakerBot Stegosaurus Skeleton model is designed to let you get hands-on with this ferocious Jurassic giant. This intricate download was created by our talented in-house design team to be a handsome addition to any classroom or personal paleontological collection.
Discover the unique anatomy of the Stegosaurus from the claws up when you print your own from the MakerBot Digital Store on your MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer. Pair it with fun lesson plans for an interactive and educational experience that will leave your textbooks collecting dust.
Easy to Print
The MakerBot Stegosaurus Skeleton was specially designed for ease of printing on MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers and each download includes helpful assembly instructions so you can reconstruct this renowned reptile with confidence. Download, 3D print, and say hello to your own personal dinosaur today.
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