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In this instructable I will be showing you how to make a 3d head for a K'nex body.
3D Printer Computer Markers 3D modeling Program K'nex body Rare earth magnets Drill 5/16" Drillbit Epoxy Glue
Open up your 3D modeling software make a head that is 1 1/4" x 1 1/4" (any head you want) I made a skull, after your head is ...
Make half of a K'nex peice (measurements above) After you have made one use the revole tool in surface and make it 3D Go to transform and select rotate ...
Open up your 3D printing program Open up your STL file make sure your head is centered Print your head
After the head has been printed then you could color it if you want using permanent marker Attach your head to the torso of your K'nex body If ...
After the glue has dried then drill a halfway into the center of each foot using a drill and a 5/16" drillbit Now use a toothpick to put a ...
Know that your custom made figurine is ready, you can animate it. Here is my animation of my skull guy:
Here is a timelapse of the 3d printer printing the skull head:
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