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In this instructable, I am going to show you how to 3D print your very own blooming flower toy complete with gears so that your toy is fully ...
The following picture is of an exploded view of the blooming flower toy. Beside them are numbers that correspond to their 3D printing files.
Below are a list of 3D print files with numbers that correspond to the numbered parts in the exploded view chart in the previous step. (*Notes: - Print ...
After all parts have been printed, you will want to sand down all parts of the toy except the inside of the pot in order to create a ...
Use superglue to glue the two #5B parts, or buttons, to the lower side legs of part #5 as demonstrated in diagram.
Spray a light coat of Rustoleum brand grey primer onto all surfaces of each part except inside the two halved pots. Let dry for 3 hours. And if ...
Spray paint all parts with desired Rustoleum brand spray paint with an even layer of spray paint. Let dry for 5 hours before assembly.
This section will walk you through all the steps of assembly.
This is a video of the Bloom flower toy in action! All you have to do is simultaneously push the two side buttons inwards and move them up ...
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