from TinkerCAD Skeleton Kit
by Noe Ruiz
Carl Jordan shared on Thingiverse:
This is not my design. This was a free kit inside TinkerCAD. I just thought I’d share it for those that don’t use TinkerCAD. See picture of TinkerCAD screen showing where to find it.
This model stands 7.25 inches tall. After cleaning up the joints and lubricating them, this thing is extremely posable. You can put it in almost any position, and it holds very nicely.
Update: As mentioned and reposted by arboriginal [https://ift.tt/304ikQm], I’ve added a break-out of each piece so they can be edited/scaled/printed one at a time. Thanks for the idea.
Update: Found original designer, BitsnBolts [https://ift.tt/2OdbIbh], here on Thingiverse. You can find this and other cool designs on his page.
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Original article: TinkerCAD Skeleton Kit