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Today’s Functional Print: Cootie Eyes

In today’s “is he posting about Cootie again?” news, I’ve printed replacement eyes for our Cootie game. The eyes are tiny and get lost really easily, so they are a natural candidate for replenishment.

cootie-o-clock

These eyes are so small that I had to dial the print speed down to 3 millimeters per second (from 30 mm/s) so that plastic would have time to cool before the next layer was added and so the motion of the printer didn’t tip over the eye as it printed the top of the peg.

cootie-eyes-in-place

That’s a face that only a mother cootie could love.

The OpenSCAD script and STL file are available on GitHub.

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2 thoughts on “Today’s Functional Print: Cootie Eyes

  1. karen calabrese says:

    my 4 year old grandaughter loves the old cootie game we found..it has most parts but only two eyes.. are you still able to make some?.. the newer ones aren’t like the ones you printed

    and of course if you can .. how much

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