We asked couple known 3D designers and prepared some printable object for you to print. They are ideal for the first prints on your new printer. STL and GCODE files are available after installing the drivers package in “3D Objects” folder on your Desktop or in the Start menu and you just have to copy them onto your SD card. Each object has different G-code for PLA or ABS and it’s compatible with 1.75mm Original Prusa i3.
3DLabPrint made a special version of Spitfire for Original Prusa i3 “MK1” and Original Prusa i3 MK2 printers and you can find the g-codes, guides and everything you need in the new Drivers 1.7.5 we released on November 28, 2016! The same g-codes are compatible with both printers and are located in Objects/MK2/SpitfireMkXVI ver1.2 folder on your desktop after the installation. The same folder also contains guide how to fully assemble the plane and fly with it! Read more on PrusaPrinters.org.
Author: Scan The World (Model on MyMiniFactory)
With its 3 horns, a parrot-like beak and a large frill that could reach nearly 1 metre (3 feet) across, the Triceratops skull is one of the largest and most striking of any land animal. The horns could have been used to fend off attacks from Tyrannosaurus.
This object is part of “Scan The World”. Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can help.
Print takes roughly 4 hours at 150 µm layer height and is generated with Simplify3D for better supports.
Author: Jindrich Benes (Prusa3D)
Josef Prusa’s very own pug. Print in black.
Print takes roughly 2 hours at 150 µm layer height.
License: CC BY-SA 3.0
Author: Morena Protti (Model on Thingiverse)
Great showpiece or gift for your friends. Treefrog is commonly used as a 3D printing benchmark. We prepared the file at 50 microns layer height to show you what your printer is capable of 🙂
Print takes roughly 3 hours at 50 µm layer height for PLA.
License: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0
Marvin is a simple keychain and he serves as a test print for registration on 3DHubs. 3DHubs is a service where you can get paid print jobs. So you can make money with your 3D printer. Feel free to register there, Prusa i3 is currently the 2nd most used 3D printer on 3D Hubs.
Print takes roughly 1 hour at 100 µm layer height.
Author: Emmett Lalish
Special herringbone planetary gear. The only way you can manufacture this piece is 3D printing as the interlocking gears cannot be assembled afterwards.
Print takes roughly 5 hours at 100 µm layer height for PLA and 2 hours at 200 µm for ABS.
Author: Dominik Císař
As an example what is possible to print with our Colorprint we designed Prusa Bottle Opener :D. The print is supposed to take approx. 1 hour and the printer will ask for filament change with beeping after 50 minutes. Don’t forget to put a coin in it. Cheers! 😀
License: CC BY-SA 3.0