Small animals from Makibox

Two cats and a bunny, with a 10 Won coin for comparison

It seems that the Makibox 3D printer that I built doesn't have too much movement errors, so I tried printing some small animals, on the request of my daughter Celine. They take around 30 to 60 minutes to print, and look alright. Printing several at a time make some edges rough, though. Read on for a couple of in-production photos.

Making cats

Making a bunny
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