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4X LEGO Minifig | Kevin Rye.net - Main

Kevin Rye

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4X LEGO Minifig

I found this LEGO Minifig on Thingiverse and I just had to print one. It's a pretty perfect looking rendition of a Minifig. A lot of effort went into making it match the real thing. This model, however, is scaled up 4X.

I started out with printing the red parts. It was only fitting that I print it in yellow, red, and blue to match the colors of the original minifigs from the 1978 Town sets.

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The support material came out nicely and they really didn't need much cleanup work at all.

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Next up were the blue parts.

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Better than the red. They didn't need any cleanup at all. It was a little tricky installing the arm pins, but the help of a pair of needle-nose pliers did the trick.

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Lastly, the yellow.

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All I had to do was break away the bottom supports from the head and it was good to go.

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Just for fun, I also printed a cap.

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With the exception of the hands, it snapped together perfectly. The hands were just a tad too big. I went back and printed another pair and scaled them down to .97 and they fit perfectly.

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My kids love it, but too bad it's a prop for MY desk!