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Tyrannosaurus Armstrong

Contrary to popular belief, the T-Rex actually had big old manly beefcake arms.

And they would often do a multitude of pull ups everyday to keep those arms in top physical condition. FACT.

Watertight and ready for printing.

Comes in two versions, sliced to parts version and whole merged version.

Total length of the model is 150mm, you can scale the model in any 3D software. Error free mesh.

Polygon count for merged file is about 1.2million.

Comes in STL and OBJ file formats:

Thank you!

Standard Use License
$25
License: Standard License
Stock Assets

For personal use and one commercial project (up to 2,000 sales or 20,000 views).

Tutorials

One copy to be used by a single user.

Installable Tools

One installation by a single user.

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Files (18)
T_Rex_Base
stl /
13 MB
T_Rex_Arm_L
obj /
18 MB
T_Rex_Arm_L
stl /
11 MB
T_Rex_Arm_R
obj /
18 MB
T_Rex_Arm_R
stl /
11 MB
T_Rex_Base
obj /
22 MB
T_Rex_Tail
stl /
4.5 MB
T_Rex_Body
obj /
13 MB
T_Rex_Body
stl /
8 MB
T_Rex_Head
obj /
22 MB
T_Rex_Head
stl /
13 MB
T_Rex_Leg_L
obj /
17 MB
T_Rex_Leg_L
stl /
11 MB
T_Rex_Leg_R
obj /
20 MB
T_Rex_Leg_R
stl /
12 MB
T_Rex_Merged
obj /
110 MB
T_Rex_Merged
stl /
61 MB
T_Rex_Tail
obj /
7.1 MB