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Yoda Bookend

by UnlikeTec May 7, 2018
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que manga de nerds putos!!!!!

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yoda is a jedi master
i wish my 3d printer went faster

Beautiful, i have a question, what's yoda of the picture? its 3 yoda


you can use YODA_V4_with Silhouette background.stl

An actual 3D Yoda instead of 2D would be awesome.

Check out the remix...

Thank ;) is perfect---

Has anyone actually gotten the book holder to hold a book without bending and or breaking? No way will this thing support as many books as the pic shows. I realize the pic of is a metal one which is really what the book holder needs to be made out of since it's so thin. I printed one and I got the holder to support my wallet but it would not come close to supporting a book about the size of the last Star Wars in the pic.

Too bad your wallet is so light.

i want to print this but the models, for me, are unsliceable and unrepairable.
I have imported the an svg conversion of your yoda jpg into tinkercad and it comes in perfect. what i am wondering is
1) what size is appropriate
2) how did you add the solid background?

I want to add the solid background so i can 2 color the design and I also want to cut the head and hands out so i can print them in green rather than all black or grey

hello ...
the Yoda measures about 50mm, I use a software called Repetear, I put the two models and align them, then I generate it to print it

i am familiar with repetier but the models themselves have tons of zero thickness walls and other issues. So i am trying to rebuild it but i cannot figure out how to close the background. what i do have seems better to me but it still is open backed.

ok, I'm not home these days, I hope to return on June 2, if you give me time I can repair it and upload it

all i am trying to figure out is how you made the base behind yoda

I draw it with a software called 3D maker but it only works with one of my printers I have an XYZPrinter Pro

The image is not from the print. It is from this product:

Star Wars Yoda Metal Bookend

It is correct, the image is illustrative

Or deceptive. But yeah, why should the first photo actually show what you created.

Has anyone gotten this to slice for a 3D Printer? Netfabb can't seem to repair it either.

For this to work, all you need to print is the Yoda V3 and the base correct? Also how do you attach the yoda v3 to the base?

is Right
  I paste with the same filament with my PEN 3D, but you can use glue

It doesn't appear that there is any "backing" on the back of the Yoda print to hold things together. The little bits that aren't connected to anything else will just fall off when you remove the print from the build plate.


I just uploaded version 3 that has a backup

I hope it helps you

Do you have the dxf file for laser engraving?
Thank you!

my laser engraver works directly with the image
I uploaded the image of YODA ...

The yoda_01.jpg image does not match the image in the print.

Thank you very much!

anyone know how best to print this? as it comes in the stl or flip it standing up and merge the objects like the picture? and why is there 2 yodas that appear to be the same?

they are printed lying down, the Yoda-2.stl... is bigger

gotcha, thanks!