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Being convinced that 3D printing will eventually lead to an industrial revolution, I've tried to stay up to date with 3D printing and, as a Computer Science major, ...
Strandbeests have a large number of parts, but there are only 8 unique parts that you'll need to make that will be copied over and over again. Using ...
Using the outlines made in the last step, create the parts. Be sure to make hinges with clearances that will work with your 3d printer/material. I left a ...
Take the parts created in the last step and assemble them into a sub assembly of the strandbeest as shown in the first picture. Be sure that there ...
Copy the sub-assembly twice then add the middle part to get half of the final model. Align the blue parts in the third picture so that they are ...
My University is in between 3D printers at the moment so I used Shapeways.com for my print. Their white, strong, and flexible nylon material is great for moving ...
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