DUMMY 13 Printable Jointed Figure (beta files)

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DUMMY 13 Printable Jointed Figure (beta files)

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P1S
P1P
X1
X1 Carbon
X1E
A1
A1 mini

0.15mm layer, 2 walls, 20% infill
0.15mm layer, 2 walls, 20% infill
Designer
2.2 h
1 plate
4.8(965)

skippable Parts,plus Wings.. 0.16mm layer, 2walls, 20%infill
skippable Parts,plus Wings.. 0.16mm layer, 2walls, 20%infill
4.6 h
4 plates
4.9(116)

KIT CARD runners for easier printing 0.2mm layer
KIT CARD runners for easier printing 0.2mm layer
2.5 h
2 plates
4.9(79)

Frame Only, 150% Scale, PETG, A1 Mini - 0.15mm layer, 2 walls, 25% infill
Frame Only, 150% Scale, PETG, A1 Mini - 0.15mm layer, 2 walls, 25% infill
4.2 h
5 plates
4.8(55)
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Description

Dummy 13 is now on a CC BY 4.0 license!

This means that you are free to share these files however you like, including selling prints, provided that you give proper attribution. You can give proper attribution by including this notice on your product page:

DUMMY 13 Printable Jointed Figure © 2023 by Lucky 13 Toys is licensed under CC BY 4.0 

Please help me build my identity as a creator by referring to this design by its original name. Don't pass off my work as your own product. Too many people are doing that already!

 

Want to support future projects with a one-time donation? Make a PayPal donation here!

 

 

 

This is my own work, originally uploaded to Printables.

 

Yes, Dummy 13 is now on MakerWorld.

 

Please read before printing:

This is a work in progress. It has been collecting virtual dust while I work on other projects, so I've decided to release it now in a “beta” state. I don't have a timeline for when the final version will be finished, but the current files are fairly complete - just lacking some perfectionist polish. Please understand that there is some room for improvement here. I welcome your feedback to help make this design the best it can be.

 

What's finished right now: Design of all parts, except for minor tweaks based on feedback. Basic instructions.

 

What's not finished: Parts on runners for better adhesion without brims. More detailed instructions. Fusion 360 and STEP files for Printables Club members (please note that these will not be available until the design is finalized). Any updates based on feedback.

 

Can I sell it? Yes, Dummy 13 is distributed under a CC BY 4.0 license that does allow commercial use, provided that you provide proper attribution.

 

If you'd like to say thanks and help support future development, you can make a one-time donation here :)

 

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Introducing Dummy 13!

(…working title.)

This is another variant on Lucky 13, and I actually started designing it before Mini 13 or Easy 13. As you can probably tell, my goal here was to bring some more humanlike proportions to the figure, while also improving the way everything fits together.

 

My hope is that this will be an easier print than the original Lucky 13, though still a step up from Mini and Easy.

 

Printing

As with the original, Dummy 13 is made up of an inner "frame" with a layer of “armor” over top. You can use the material of your choice for the armor, but you should print the frame with a strong and sturdy material like ABS, ASA, or PETG. I mostly use ASA.

 

PLA is not recommended for the frame. If you print the frame in PLA and complain that it broke or went floppy, I'm going to be like, “yeah dude, I told you not to.”

 

All parts print without supports and you should not need to reorient anything. Bed adhesion is the toughest part of this print. For better adhesion try slowing down your first layer, printing external perimeters first, and adding a brim if needed. Use 0.15mm layers (0.2mm first layer).

 

You can use the included 3MF files with pre-plated parts, or arrange the individual parts yourself. If a part starts with “2x” or “4x,” print that many copies. There are also a couple extra bits (a simple staff accessory and an adapter for the display base) that are included separately.

 

Recommended print settings (100% scale, 0.4mm nozzle)

MaterialFrame partsABS, ASA, or PETG
Armor partsAny
Layer heightFirst layer0.2 mm
Other layers0.15 mm
Infill20% rectilinear
First layer speed25% of default
Elephant foot compensation0.15 mm
SupportsNone
BrimAs needed (depends on bed adhesion)
Additional settings☑ Print external perimeters first

 

Assembly

Follow this video for assembly instructions. Pay attention - some parts look very similar!

 

Customizing

Dummy 13 should be compatible with most handheld accessories made for my other designs. Check out Lucky 13's remixes page for a good starting point!

 

 

This design has already been stolen and stripped of attribution a hundred times over. Please don't add to that.

Comment & Rating (2014)

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Other Issues:armor never prints properly. needs better bed adhesion, pieces constantly fail. profile creator responded immaturely to 2-star rated experience so I'm lowering my rating to 1 star. this is unprofessional and unacceptable behavior. all comments can be read in the comment chain attached.
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In base al filamento che usi. Io con filamento bambulab nn ho avuto problemi. Aggiungi più brim
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Replying to @simone.talarico :
ho usato il filamento di bambù e non ho problemi di adesione con altre stampe di dimensioni simili. grazie per il suggerimento comunque.
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Replying to @Officialmakkyz :
mi riesce un po strano crederti. che piano usi io uso il piano in pei
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Printed in 600% scale. Armor in PLA, frame in PETG. Upscaling makes assembling a challenge.
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I suspected so. Tolerances are tight. 150% like mine is barely assemblable for a kid, very tough. Scaling up more than 2x... I believe you had a time! Cool exemplar tho!
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You definitely need articulated hands for the boy there! They would work good!
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Replying to @Heisenberg_Carb :
where can I find these hands ?
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800% …
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insane
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Replying to @Maddox_3Dprints :
indeed
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I want to see 2000%, please~
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Printed at 300% scale just because i wanted to print something big Printed in PLA+ and PLA Matte Really tight fit but still relatively easy to assemble Print profile published :)
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The armor for dummy, 13 was too small. It didn’t fit sadly. ;(
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This post inspired me to print one as well. For those thinking about it, consider using a wood clamp if you have weak finger strength like me - I used an Irwin Quick Grip to put the parts together..
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I love it ! it's amazing design
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Great job! Gives me a good time
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how do you get the right hand i looked through all the files but i am on ankermake
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Replying to @user_966040512 :
I just printed the file as it came in. I didn't do anything special... I'm A1 mini user
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Replying to @user_966040512 :
It's on this maker's profile here https://makerworld.com/en/u/2185604356 he makes lot of mods for D13
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Love this design! I have printed it at 100%,125%, 150% and 200% with absolutely no issues. I currently have one going at 400% We will see how it goes!
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can’t wait to see it
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what are your settings? mine keeps comming of the plate. tried 4 times already without any succes. tried with pla on textured plate and smooth high temp plate. now the 5th time iam trying with smoothplate and 3dlac on it. if this doesnt work i dont know anymore. never had any problems until this model.
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Replying to @jeroenstuijt :
I had the same problem, used some of Bambu's branded glue stick, works like a charm for those small pieces and these fast printers. Outside brims help too
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Needless to say, your print is amazing.
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right below toymakr 3d’s jetjaguar
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Print Profile
skippable Parts,plus Wings.. 0.16mm layer, 2walls, 20%infill
fantastic
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🥰
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What was used for the armor? Looks really cool
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Replying to @user_1378421804 :
ERYONE Silk Tri-Color Coextrusion PLA, red blue and green.
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printed great, scaled to 200%
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Grazie bella stampa.
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I don't understand how to scale by chance do you have a file for 200%
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Replying to @Maddox_3Dprints :
just click the grouped parts on the plate, click the resize button in the top bar.
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