Betyár - Hungaryball

Description

Say hi to Betyár, the second Hungaryball in my countryball series. Betyárs who were usually very skilled horsemen were the outlaws and highwaymen of the 18th and 19th century Hungary. Several of them have become legendary figures who in the public mind fought for social justice. Their curly mustache and typical hat are still an important part of the Hungarian folklore.

Notes:

This model is designed to be printed in multiple parts, WITHOUT support. Since the eyes are separate pieces you can print the tree layers in the colors of your country's flag. For the best accuracy print it slow! I've used 20 mm/s for the outer walls and 0.15 mm layer height. Print two of the clips.

Assembly:

The model is designd to be assembled without glue only with its snap-fit joints, just like my other countryball. First attach the tree layers and the hat with the clips, then push the eyes with the contours in their place and attach the mustache.

Note that the tolerances were designed to fit the accuracy of my Ultimaker 2. You will need a similarly accurate printer and fine settings for the snap-fit joints to work properly, otherwise you might have to readjust the size of the clips.

Design Files

File Size

Betyár_right_eye.stl
636 KB
Betyár_middle.stl
1.22 MB
Betyár_bottom.stl
994 KB
Betyár_clip.stl
113 KB
Betyár_hat.stl
2.3 MB
Betyár_left_contour.stl
1.25 MB
Betyár_left_eye.stl
636 KB
Betyár_mustache.stl
2.1 MB
Betyár_right_contour.stl
1.25 MB
Betyár_top.stl
821 KB

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