I have a problem - it's difficult to demonstrate a 3D printer to your guests - you show them the printer, send a small print, and .... it will be ready after they leave.
So I designed this model with the explicit purpose of being able to completely pint it before everyone get's bored and moves on.
This model takes 9 minutes according to Cura's estimate, in reality, on my printer, it takes 12 minutes (not including warmup)
This model is tiny, the features of this model are probably just about the smallest you can print with a 0.4mm nozzle
Because the features are so small this model tends to break after a while, especially the arms fall off - but I simply don't have the space to make the arm connectors bigger. (fixed in V2)
Print with no supports and no infill
Designed with SketchUp, fixed with Microsoft 3D Builder, sliced with Cura, printed on a Robo 3D R1+
Version 2 fixes the two major problems in the first model: the arms that keeps falling off and the ugly holes in the parts of the face that are supposed to be flat - in order to do this I had to remove the tapered edges from the head and body, this got me an additional 1.6mm I used to make the clearances in the head and shoulders bigger.