Minimals Safari Pack (elephant lion monkey croc)

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Minimals Safari Pack (elephant lion monkey croc)

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A1 mini

ORIGINAL - Elephant
ORIGINAL - Elephant
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6.2 h
3 plates
4.8(64)

ORIGINAL - Crocodile
ORIGINAL - Crocodile
Designer
6.9 h
3 plates
5.0(28)

ORIGINAL - Single color
ORIGINAL - Single color
Designer
2.9 h
5 plates
4.9(23)

ORIGINAL - Lion
ORIGINAL - Lion
Designer
8.3 h
3 plates
4.9(22)
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Welcome to GlennovitS3D. Join the Club on Printables.com to support creation of new models, get access to exclusive models, and get commercial rights, to sell prints of my models. Join today - GlennovitS3D - or check out my model collection 🗂️ and my popular models 🔥

Updates:

13. June 2024 - New Minimals Savanna Pack available! 🦓🦒🦏🐆

 

Animals.. but mini… Minimals! Enjoy this first pack/collection of safari Minimals!

Perfect for your desk or somewhere else, where they can sit and maybe bring a smile when you see them.

This collection contains 4 animals - but are there more coming?..

Overview

Say hi to your 4 new buddies:

  • Elly Elephant 🐘
  • Luke Lion 🦁
  • Maddy Monkey 🐵
  • Chris Crocodile 🐊

All of them comes in multiple versions:

  • Single file (fx. Elephant.stl)
    • Can be printed in single color
    • ..or split to parts in slicer and printed easily in multicolor with an AMS
  • Multiple files (different parts, to print in different colors seperatly and glued together afterwards)
More Minimals or other fun models? I got you covered! Check out this Minimals collection - or this collection of fun models - everything from toys, to puzzles and games.

Assembly

If you print the pieces seperatly (maybe to have multiple colors without an AMS), you need to glue things together. This requires a steady hand - they are small, and the pieces is really small. Now you are warned

Multicolor prints

This is optional - but looks nice! You can do like this (in Bambu Studio):

  1. Insert the single-file-version you want (fx. Elephant.stl)
  2. Right click on the model and click on Split > To parts
  3. In the left pane Process click on Objects
  4. Select individual parts of the model and choose filament for each.

Print instructions

Here is a few ideas to get started:

  • Supports: Yes - overhangs like ears requires supports. I have mine set to Automatic Organic Tree supports with a Threshold angle of 25. Worked just fine
  • Colors: paint in slicer
  • Orientation: Printing the single-file-versions - just as they come. But if printing the pieces seperatly, you need to rotate them to optimal position (and even lowering some a bit ‘below’ the printbed. This is done for you in the Bambu Studio project files!

Happy printing!

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ORIGINAL - Elephant
It came out great and supports were easy to remove
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what a collection! looks crazy nice 😄 thanks for sharing! ⭐️ (if you want to keep printing them and sell them, you can always check out the commercial license options on my printables club 👍🏼😄) would love to see plates with all the Minimals 🤩
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Replying to @GlennovitS3D :
Sounds good! A friend is having a boy and I printed these to give to the guests at her baby shower. If I end up wanting to sell, I will definitely check out the license options. Thanks!!
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Replying to @dang :
What a Nice idea! hadn’t seen that coming - such a great purpose ⭐️🤩 enjoy!
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This was fun, Wife and Kids love them
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they look so nice 😄 thanks for sharing! and stay tuned for more Minimals 🤷🏼‍♂️ 😉
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Sur une A1 mini, en collant toutes les pièces , très sympa
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Wauw - those look so great! 😄 thanks for sharing! You've got a steady hand to be able to glue those tiny pieces 😉 Might have a challenge coming up for you then 😉 Follow to see more .. soon 🤷🏼‍♂️
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ORIGINAL - Monkey
Didn’t have beige but Bambu Lab Matte Desert Tan was a great alternative.
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Yes indeed - thanks for sharing! 😄
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ORIGINAL - Monkey
Simply the best.
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Thanks for the comment 😄 Can I ask maybe what you would improve - given the 3/5 stars?
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Replying to @GlennovitS3D :
Sorry, but that's not my fault: Bambu Studio didn't let me first choose 4 or 5 stars, it was capped to 3. Then I clicked Rate it again and was able to change it.
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Replying to @zizzo81 :
Oh I see - sounds strange. But just wanted to hear suggestions for improvements if you had any 😄 Thanks for trying the Minimals 💪🏼
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I have printed all parts separately on a single board. The white part of the ears fits perfectly with a little pressure, without glue. For the rest of the pieces I had to glue them. It's beautiful, for my nephew.
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Looks very nice. Thanks for sharing 😄
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@ulloforos depending on your nephews age I’d recommend glueing the white parts. They might come loose when the elephant gets a little warmer and pose a choking risk. (Btw, I love that you printed this for him!)
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Replying to @printgeluk :
Thank you very much for your warning, I will take it into account.
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ORIGINAL - Single color
kids were pissed I only printed one. and found some other green haha. came out perfect. thanks for the great prints!
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you are welcome - they look nice 😄
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ORIGINAL - Elephant
Very nice! Some minor stringing issues, but probably due to my filament.
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thanks for sharing - looks succesful 😄
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ORIGINAL - Crocodile
GOOD
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so nice! thanks for sharing 😄
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ORIGINAL - Lion
printed a 150% version and had some issues on the hair, it didn't stick to the plate so I needed to try some times (even with supports)
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I see. Haven't made the model (or at least tested it) to print at larger scale - but awesome to see 👍🏼 A tip for another time : maybe try to lower/move the hair a tiny bit below the print-bed in the slicer - that way the area touching the build-plate increases and the adhesion would improve - and you wouldn't notice that a few layers or something was missing 😊
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Replying to @GlennovitS3D :
Was what I needed to do =)
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