Credits to MakerBot for Dinosaur Skull: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:373367
All parts can be printed with no supports, just be sure that they lay flat. Dino skull should be printed with nose facing up on its flat part on back of the skull.
There are pretty tight tolerances, so if You are not sure of Your printer quality – print 1 pin and 1 inner arm first and try how they fit. Pins should slide in the holes with slight resistance.
As some parts are small, i recommend to print them at lower speeds.
Start assembling form skull, through scissor mechanism, to pistol area.
Numbers before the part names means how many of this part is needed. Of course You can make scissors mechanism longer or shorter as You wish.
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