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Dogbert

3D model description

Dogbert, from the Dilbert comic strip by Scott Adams.

He is a megalomaniac, dreaming to conquer the world and enslave all of humanity.

No supports are required. If you have the right filament colors, no painting is needed.

The completed model is 99mm tall after assembly. This model is in proportion to the Dilbert, Wally and Pointy Haired Boss models that I've previously posted.

Enjoy!


Print Settings

Printer:
FlashForge Creator X

Rafts:
Doesn't Matter

Supports:
No

Resolution:
.2mm

Infill:
10%

Notes:
See notes below for helpful printing and assembly instructions

Building the model

Colors (there are no multiple printed pieces)
Black:
glasses
glasses_arm_left
glasses_arm_right
nose
eyebrow_left
eyebrow_right
stand_12
text_frame_12
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White:
body
arm_left
arm_right
ear_left
ear_right
eyes
text_12 (see below for optional two color printing instructions with a single extruder)
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Gold:
crown
wand_crown
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Red:
wand_cap
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Brown:
wand_stick

Printing and assembly tips
Printing Tips:
1-No supports are required.
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2-I used a brim on a few pieces, use your discretion based on your own preference:
-arm_left has a small base and has a steep part angle.
-wand_stick has a small base and is tall
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3-The eyes piece has an included 'brim' which is part of the design. Do not clean it off.
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4-For printing the words with a white background and black lettering, see my full instructions included with the quotes from my Dilbert Quotes upload
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Assembly tips:
-The diagrams in the pictures section will help in assembling the model and is quite straightforward.
-The model is meant to be glued together.
-I suggest gluing the wand_stick to arm_left before gluing the arm to the body. I happened to do this last and it was a bit tricky getting the completed wand to stay in the right position to dry.
-For some people, small parts can be hard to put together and glue. Personally, I glued in the glasses_arms into the notches in the body in front of the ears with some tacky glue first. While the glasses_arms glue was still tacky, I placed the glasses (with the eyes already inserted and glued) into the notch on the body above the nose and glued them into the glasses_arms. It all turned out quite simple to glue into place.

  • 3D model format: ZIP

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Creator

Retired software engineer, learning CAD design and 3D printing. When creating models, I strive for support free designs and fun creations.

License

CC BY


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