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la FabShop Mobile

by LeFabShop Jun 10, 2014
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This is amazing model, I was so surprised from the level of details once it was out
My nephew just grab it so I didn't have time to take picture, he was so excited the wheels where moving

big question now - where I find more models like this one? he wants more

Is this intentional? This is called the LA fabshop mobile, and your username is LEfabshop. See the difference?

I love this car! It looks super nice on my desk. Are there any other vehicles in the works? It sounded like you wanted the next one to have hinged doors.

Essieu trop fragile qui se casse quand on essaie de le décoller doucement...

The roof on the front and rear passenger side doesn't come out right for me.

you wouldn't download a car

Love it. Maybe one day i will make the giant one.

Would also be gratefull for some abs settings.

Has anyone printed this car from abs, to share settings???

How long did it take to print the largest car? (The one which fills the whole Replicator 2 print bed) Also, did you print it at low resolution or standard resolution?

This model of your 3D-printable toy car is adorable and really well-modelled! Thanks for sharing it!

quel hauteur de couche?

You wouldn't download a car

Is anyone else having trouble importing the STL into sketchup? I want to make some modification but it freezes :(

what tape do you use to maintain contact on the print bed? Your print looks great and I would really like to know.

Great design! can't wait to print it!

Your designs are all top notch. We are having lots of fun with this little car !!!

Thanks ! Great design and without support !

Thanks ! Of course, no supports and printed in PLA ;)

Looks awesome! PLA or ABS?

Your picture of the plated version looks like you are printing this without supports. If so, you have skills.

They created this cute toy to explain how an object can be 3D printed with moving parts without having to use support or raft. And yes, they. Have. skillz.

I would love too see if you guys can do one print opening doors turning steering wheel and opening trunk or hood.