Added a Version 2, made the stud in the neck larger so there is less area for the head and neck to bond together. It is easier than the original version to free up the neck and head.
One of my Grand children and I was playing with a Low-poly Pikachu I printed for them, and I had the thought that it would be nice if the tail and head could move…… Well a couple of hours at the computer and we have a Pikachu that can move it’s head and tail.
This prints all at once, PLEASE read the printing details. Once the print is done, slowly loosen the tail up first. Then comes the hard part, breaking the neck area free. I use my scraper and slowly add pressure in the neck joint until I hear some cracking. I then work my scrapper around the whole neck area to free it up. It does take some practice.
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