T-Rex Skeleton with Fixed Files #3DThursday

from T-Rex Skeleton with Fixed Files #3DThursday
by Takara

via Han9988 on Thingiverse

I absolutly adore this model from MakerBot. Thank you MakerBot for sharing this model and I hope to see more in the future.
I liked the combined baseplate from icefox1983 which I used for my print and also added to the files.

In my experience well defined STL-files produce better print results. So I took the time to straighten up all files and saved them the way I was going to print them. My model in the pictures is not post-processed, just removed Brim.

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Original article: T-Rex Skeleton with Fixed Files #3DThursday