Introduction: 3-D Printed Kenny
In this Instructable I will show you how to make Kenny into a 3-D print using TinkerCAD.
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Step 1: Find All Piece Sizes
For the first step you will want to find all the measurements you are going to use for your project. I made my project in every different piece so I would only have to put them together.
Here is the link to my tinkerCAD design SO you can use the measurements I used: https://www.tinkercad.com/things/0ns7DsndmWR-tremendous-lahdi/editv2
Step 2: Putting All the Pieces Together
In this step after you have made your pieces you have to put it together. First you want to put the body together on the base. After you have the body made you are going to add your arms on the sides. Finally you will put the head together with putting the eyes on then the hair and jacket hood.
Step 3: Grouping Together and Printing
This is the easiest step all you have to do is group all the parts together and print. To group together you are going to hold shift and click on all the different parts then click the group button at the top of the page to the right. After you group them all together you are going to save it as a .stl or .obj depending on what 3-d printing program you will be using. Now be careful because this is a 16 hour print and uses a lot of filmint so if you are worried about running out I would shrink him down in size.
Step 4: Painting and Size
With your Kenny done being printed you can now sand him down and paint. For this step I went down to my local art shop and got so acrylic paint. You can paint him what ever colors you would like but I used the standard colors orange, brown, black, and a tan color. Like I said in step 2 this was a fairly large print the biggest one done on the printed I used his head has a circumference of around 32cm. His body has a circumference of around 23a half centimeters. His height is around 10cm. Overall this was a fun project and a cool print.