How to make 3D-printed rafts with your petg 3D printer
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The latest 3D printed model of the “Sesame Street” character is now available on Kickstarter.
That’s right, the little guy is a real-life version of the animated character, Sesame Street, in the form of a petg-3D printer.
The “Samp” 3D printable rafts can be attached to a backpack, or can be used as an extension of your own raft.
The design of the 3D “Sopra” raft is based on the design of a real Sesame character and is made of a soft, stretchy nylon.
It also features a removable tail that can be cut to suit your own style of rafting.
It will take up to 12 hours to print, but it’s priced at $35 (about $60 in the US).
The Samp 3D is being offered on Kickstarter as a kit, which means that anyone who backs it will get access to a printable version of their own creation.
The project has already raised more than $17,000 on its own.
The 3D design was originally created by Matti Aaltonen, who is the creator of the Lego Star Wars 3D model.
The Samp and Lego version have a price tag of $200 each.