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Articulated Shark

by McGybeer Sep 5, 2019
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printed on ender 3 in 0.12, a little difficult to open the mouth, but it goes :) thank you for sharing !

Looks great! Tried printing version B but the top front two teeth didn't stay in place so now I have a toothless-looking shark lol
Any suggestions?
Used an Ender 3 Pro, 1.2mm, 10% fill.

Oooops... That should not happen. Try printing at 0.16 mm layer height and set the z-hop at least at 0.2 mm
Hope it helps!

After printing the shark with the moveable mouth, I find it impossible to OPEN the jaw without breaking it (and breaking the teeth).

That's all about the slicer settings. Check your layer height (0.16 mm recommended) and retraction parameters.
Good luck!!

Dremel 3D45; layer height = 0.10 mm; with retraction.

That's weird, it should work. Find attached a screenshot of my retraction settings for an Ender 5, if they are of any help.
The gap between teeth should be enough. Have you checked your printer's dimensional accuracy?

hi, same for me lol. It's possible to get stl of moveable mouth alone ? I want to try something to repear

Another amazing design! This one is sure get featured ;)

Looking forward to where you go from here!! The design style you've got going on is fantastic.
I know amao just did a turtle, but I bet your style would suit a turtle pretty dang good.

Thanks a lot!! Now you are putting a lot of pressure on me hahahahaha

Omg I love it! I've printed the octopus numerous times and it's basically my benchy. I can't wait to print the octopus-eating shark, LOL. I was wonderin what blue filaments you used for yours? They are so pretty!!!

this looks awesome, can't wait to print!

I'm glad you liked it!
Can't wait to see other makes, because the teeth are not a usual print.