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Lego compatible Giantic Troll

3D model description

In the haunted old forrest no hero should walk carelessly... Beware of the troll!
I designed this troll for my son to match his LEGO knights and champions. The troll is twice as tall as a normal LEGO minifig. This correspons to a "real size" of 3½ to 4 meters (about 13 feet).
The troll is to printed in 9 parts plus its club. A parts are moveable and fully functionally.
The troll stands on a 2x4 LEGO "place" and it fits perfectly on all LEGO plates.

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3D printing settings

Printer Brand:

FlashForge

Printer:

Creator Pro

Rafts:

Yes

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

0.18mm

Infill:

30-70%

Notes:
The parts are printed with the following parameters:

Troll-Hand.stl : 70% infill, with raft, without support; printed this part twice (two hands...)
Troll-Arm-l.stl: 50% infill, with raft (may work without), without support
Troll-Arm-r.stl: 50% infill, with raft (may work without), without support
Troll-Leg-l.stl: 40% infill, without raft, without support
Troll-Leg-r.stl: 40% infill, without raft, without support
Troll-Head.stl: 50% infill, with raft and support: nose, head rim, head middle, not to much
Troll-Torso.stl: 50% infill, with raft and support: some to stabilize shoulders from inside
Troll-Hip.stl: 70% infill, with raft and support: I remove every second which was created by default setting of Flashforge slicer (Flashprint)
Troll-Club.stl: 30% infill, with raft, without support
Post-Printing
Before I assembled the pieces, I warmed the joins with a hair-dryer. I printed in PLA and the hair-dryer made the joins smooth and soft so there is no problem to assemble.

How I Designed This
I started with parts from Mecatricks. Based on the this parts I rescaled them (legs, hip, club) and some I rescaled and edited in Tinkercad (head, torso, arms and a little bit the hands).

  • 3D model format: STL

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License

CC BY


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