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Bold Machines: Margo's Dog named Eddie

by boldmachines Oct 14, 2014
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Any chance someone out there could sculpt a pug head to fit?

Regardless, excellent work!

Thank you for this thing! Thumbs up to you!

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magnifique merite une recompense merci

beautiful piece!!!! I love it!!! great design congrats !!!!!

I have a m3d printer,, (small),,, which component is the largest print ????

i think it was the back trunk, with the tail, is the longest on the table. After that the midle portion and wings

I suggest not using rafts- I asked for help and never got responses- It's a very cool figure (probably my favorite) - But it just sucks no one is willing to help a newbie (lucky I was able to figure things out or fix my mistakes by thinking outside the box)

Good luck to those who make this

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now make it an rc plane frame

Does my dog have a jetpack?

Well, yes, and for quite some time now:

Not dissin' yours though. Yours is awesome!

Rocket Corgi

Except it was done a year later and you stole the idea >.<

Hey. Got me. I did mine after a coworker with two corgis requeseted it. Mine is TINY. Yours is HUGE.

What printer did you use?

I really love yours, and I echo other sentiments wondering when you will make it actually work! Lots of people want working jetpacks for their doggies.



A #D printed movie - very cool!

Me, and my engineering colleagues are deeply and truly saddened by the fact that the dog and the jetpack are one design. We would greatly appreciate it if you could separate the jetpack from the dog so that we may attach our real jetpack to a 3d printed dog.

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My Up!Plus has been busy for about 24 hours now (.25, largest infill, no support). Its almost done printing only the dog part. I can see lots of detail and well through through factors in this design. Need to give you a thumb up on this great work.

il est superbe <3

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How far down can this be scaled, and does anyone know how long it takes to print on a maker bot ?

I'm curious to know this too. I just ordered the full sized print from sculpteo and it was $346.78 without the turbo fan inserts....they would have been $278 each to print out. If I cut the size down by 50% the price is only $146 for the entire model! I really hope someone chimes in with an answer.

Umm... Why dont you just print it yourself? It only costs us $5.14 in material.....

Another great model from Jose Alves da Silva. Keep them coming!

It's fantastic ! I will definitely print it this weekend. Well, partially. I do not need to print the dog ;)
Margo must be a very happy person with Eddie :)

What type of paints are you using for finishing?

Here is link to our painter's blog post:

She follows this process for the characters.

would be nice to see more of how the dog was painted by the painter.


Your sculptor is amazing. This is great. I can't wait till I finally get around to printing these out.

If his name is Eddie then why does his tag have a M on it.

Eddie is Margo's dog.

Very nice work.

I like that the dog is naturally aerodynamic. That is until he opens his

The jetengine is an older model and does not have reverse thrust, so Eddie opening his mouth is like a big brake.

That would be the air intake for engine cooling.