Glow-In-The-Dark Snolabs Penguins, one for each of my boys.

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(Eric Lien) #1

Glow-In-The-Dark Snolabs Penguins, one for each of my boys. Printed at 80mm/s with Glow-In-The-Dark PLA on my Talos3D Tria Delta Printer. @Louise_Driggers has done another exceptional job on this new model. But what else do you expect, she is too good to do anything but perfection. And congratulations to Snolabs on commissioning such a cool model from Louise. I am not on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook. So I am posting it here on G+. It is the only social network that fits my style. Even with all of its flaws, it’s the only one I come back to because of all the friends I have made over the years.

@snolabs3d

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3051925/files
https://photos.app.goo.gl/wwYNPao5mf5eGSas9

(Louise Driggers) #2

Would it be okay if I could post these pictures to Twitter? I’d love to show them to people and I can link back to an interwebs place of your choice to credit you.

(Louise Driggers) #3

And thank you for saying such nice and things and for printing the penguins. I hope they have many adventures with your boys.

(Eric Lien) #4

@Louise_Driggers of course, share anywhere you see fit. Linking back to me is not needed. You and my printer did all the hard work. I just hit go :wink:

The model truly is a pleasure to print. And my boys insisted that I charge up the glow-in-the-dark penguins before bed. They are acting as tandem glowing night lights for them as I type this.

As far as saying nice things. I just state the truth.

(Dennis P) #5

there is a waddle beginning …

(Louise Driggers) #6

@Eclsnowman Well, I can’t think of anything better to keep the monsters under the bed away than a pair of (mildly) radioactive* cyborg penguins!

*actually probably not but it’s sounds more exciting this way…