This is a multi-jointed  prototype of an African elephant,featuring 22 movable joints. Unlike common chain-link designs, these joints can be adjusted and fixed at various angles, allowing the trunk to be raised and positioned in preferred poses.The tightness of the joints depends on the hardness of the material used for printing —arder materials result in tighter joints.

I named it "Blank" to encourage users to add their own colors to the elephant’s body. Those with multi-color 3D printers can try printing each part in different colors. Start printing the tail first. If the tail rotates properly, use the same settings to print the rest of the parts. If the tail is stuck, reduce the material flow and continue printing.


Printing Suggestions:

  1. Layer Height - 0.2mm
  2. Infill Density - 12%
  3. No supports needed