from Geometric Moth
Vladimir Hurtado shared on Thingiverse:
This is a geometric death’s-head hawkmoth designed by me in Fusion360. The body is complete, but the left parts(left wing, antenna and legs) are not in the design; you can see in one of the images.
So, you know what to do for completeing the model… In your favourite slicer the parts from the right side, turn them 180º degrees.
The size is aproximatelly 50cm from wing to wing and 35cm torso lenght.
Psd: the wing is conformed by two parts (lower wing and upper wing)
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Original article: Geometric Moth