Paper Bob-omb container

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Paper Bob-omb container

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A1 mini
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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
4.5 h
3 plates
5.0(30)

[200%] 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
[200%] 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
18.1 h
5 plates
5.0(2)

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Description

Created this design after seeing 3DTwinkie's Paper Bob-omb.

Absolutely wonderful idea and turned out great!!

This is more of a re-design than a remix, but I wanted to credit 3DTwinkie, as I love his ideas.

I wanted to create something similar where the bomb was a container of sorts and could easily be printed without supports.

With the right filament and printer set-up the seam or split in the bomb is barely visible, and looks like he is smiling.

The head can be positioned in three different orientations when attached to the bottom.

The rotation to unlock the container is opposite or “left-handed” threaded to confuse any unwanted persons from opening the container, but you can always mirror the bottom body and feet to correct this.

I included two different versions of the bottom bomb and feet. A running or standing version. Just make sure to print out the correct feet to align with the bottom bomb.

This version is a tad larger than the original design, I had to scale things up to get the twist locking design printing correctly with a 0.4 nozzle. So, I wouldn’t recommend scaling this design down, although it prints out great when scaling up.

Everything should load in slicer program in the recommended orientation to be printed without supports.

Thanks for checking out my design and happy printing!!

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Made some adjustments, printed at 220% Use print with fuzzy skin to get a more realistic flint
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do you have a print profile for that??
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Replying to @sisco07 :
I lost the print profile :( You can print the flint using "fuzzy" mode in the slicer to get the same details if you like. I also did 2 color changes to get the burning details and to make the transfer of color not to hard i didnt flush any material so it changed color while printing. The key is lost forever
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love it !
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great design love it
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I added a touch of red painting to the fuse and it came out great. I didn’t have any issues printing or glueing them together.
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use fuzzy skit for the will. super realistic texture. also if you don't want thr lines on the lower half, print bottom separately. when it slows down for the eyes on the top half will put a "speed" line since it will slow down.
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Excellent print.
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Nice One
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printed beautifully
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Love it but it's not 200% it's gigantic :D
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