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Isaac P

3D Printed Velociraptor mongoliensis

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Wayan Man

I still think it is quite awesome!!!

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Fossildude19

Very cool!

Thanks for showing us.

 

Would you mind explaining the process to us? 

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Randyw

Looking good!

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grandpa

Hello, Isaac and welcome to TFF from Austin, Tx. That is quite an impressive senior project.  Like @Fossildude19 I would love to hear more about the process that produced such a fine specimen.

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Tidgy's Dad

Thirded! 

Hello, and a very warm welcome to TFF from Morocco. :)

That looks pretty realistic. 

It actually quite scared Tidgy. 

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Troodon

Super cool

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Misha

That's a cool print!

I would love to hear the plastic and printer used,

I feel like my tiny ender 3 would never be able to handle a project like that

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dinosaur man

Amazing!

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Ludwigia

:popcorn:

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Pemphix

:look::popcorn::popcorn:

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Ruger9a

Love it.  Could you please explain the complete process to us?  Thanks in advance.

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Allosaurus

Wow, beautiful job! 

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TyBoy

Nice thanks for showing us the process 

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FossilNerd

Welcome to the Forum. You made a grand entrance! :) 
 

This is very cool and you did a great job!

 

Sure it’s not perfect, but nothing is. We are our own worst critics, and you are being too critical of yourself. It looks great! Learn from the process and what issues you ran into. You won’t make the same mistakes next time. ;) 
 

Thanks for showing your creation to us and taking the time to give a very detailed explanation of how it was made.

 

 

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