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  • Luxury Ball, with magnetic clasp
    SummaryThis is based off of the "Pokeball, with magnetic clasp". However I have remade all the files (except the hinge) so this ball may not work well with the parts from the original or any of my other remixes. With this version the lid is in one piece and you will have to paint it. If you prefer to print out each color as a separate part please see http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:955822 Print the Lid, Bottom, Button and Ring. After printing the parts you will want to paint everything. From there glue the button and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. I've had issues printing the Ring file with only one shell. So you might want to print the Ring with 2 shells. All other files I printed with 1 shell. Lid_V2 and Bottom_V2 have thicker rims/ridges. You will need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16") and just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.
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  • Pokeball with magnetic clasp Free 3D print model
    Pokeball with magnetic clasp free 3D print modelAvailable for purchase via etsy.me/1smvOMb Now you can catch them all! Provided they all fit inside a 3inch diameter ball :)
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  • Love Ball, with magnetic clasp
    SummaryThe only thing I changed from the "Master Ball, with magnetic clasp" was the lid again. Print the four Lid files (You probably need supports on the Lid.stl and almost definitely on the Lid_Inner_Heart.stl file) After printing the parts you should be able to easily assemble the lid. From there glue the button into the button holder. Then glue the button assembly and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16") and just glue them in place. Note: Print off EasyLid.stl if you just want a quick Love Ball lid. It prints all in one piece with raised rim for the heart which serves as a guide for painting. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.
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  • Dive Ball, with magnetic clasp
    SummaryThis version of the dive ball with magnetic clasp is based off of the models from the 6th gen 3DS games. All the two lid parts snap together really tightly so you wont need glue, usually. It was a really tight fit for me you may consider sanding some of the edges so it fits easier. But the bottom shell part will need some glue, it might also need some scarping in the peg holes to make them fit. After assembling the lid and the bottom you can glue the button and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will also need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16"). Just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece (dark blue piece) at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.Print SettingsRafts: Doesn't MatterSupports: Doesn't MatterResolution: 0.2Infill: 5-50%Notes: The Bottom Dark Blue piece will probably need supports, but that is the only piece that would require it.
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  • Great Ball, with magnetic clasp
    SummaryThe only thing I changed from the "Master Ball, with magnetic clasp" was the lid again. Print the Lid.stl file and print two copies of the Lid_Arch.stl file, they won't need supports. After printing the parts you should be able to easily assemble the lid. (Please note that the arches only fit in one way, so if it isn't fitting quite right flip it upside down) From there glue the button into the button holder. Then glue the button assembly and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16") and just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.
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  • Ultra Ball, with magnetic clasp
    SummaryThe only thing I changed from the "Master Ball, with magnetic clasp" was the lid again. Print the two lid files. Lib_Black wont need supports but Lid_Yellow may. After printing the parts you should be able to easily assemble the lid. From there glue the button into the button holder. Then glue the button assembly and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16") and just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.
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  • Master Ball, with magnetic clasp (Fixed Lid)
    SummaryUpdate: I have now got around to printing this and the M was way too small and also didn't even fit. No one told me, but now I fixed it. The only thing I changed from the original "Pokeball, with magnetic clasp" was the lid. Print the Lid, M, BumpTopLeft and BumpTopRigh (right/left with button facing towards you). The two Bump files in theory should be the same but just in case I provided both. After printing the parts you should be able to easily assemble the lid. From there glue the button into the button holder. Then glue the button assembly and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16") and just glue them in place too. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.
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  • Luxury Ball, with magnetic clasp (In Parts)
    SummaryThis version of the luxury ball with magnetic clasp lets you assemble the lid and bottom shells with each section/color separated out into different parts. There are a lot of parts so I figured I would separate this into its own thing. If you would rather print the lid all as one piece please see http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:953054 Print all the parts out. Print two of the Lux_Lid_Silver_Ring.stl you will need one for the lid and one for the bottom shell. I printed most of the parts with 1 shell except for the Lux_Ring and the Lux_Lid_Silver_Ring, where I used 2 Shells. And only the Silver Ring part needs supports. I also used 100% infill on the silver ring part because it is a little more fragile then the other parts. All the lid parts snap together really tightly so you wont need glue. To assemble the Lid correctly first print out the black base and then attach the gold ring 1 to it. Make sure it is fully snapped into position. Then snap on the red ring, then finally the second gold ring, and the silver ring. After assembling the lid and the bottom you can glue the button and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will also need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16"). Just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.
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  • Dusk Ball, with magnetic clasp (6th Gen)
    SummaryThis version of the dusk ball with magnetic clasp is based off of the models from the 6th gen 3DS games. For 5th gen see: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1081593 Print all the parts out. Print two of the Dusk_BlackShell_6thGen.stl you will need one for the lid and one for the bottom shell. All the lid parts snap together really tightly so you wont need glue, usually. After assembling the lid and the bottom you can glue the button and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will also need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16"). Just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.Print SettingsRafts: Doesn't MatterSupports: Doesn't MatterResolution: 0.2mmInfill: 5-50%Notes: Every part I printed with 2 shells. Top parts at low infill (5-10%). Bottom parts at high infill (40-50%) so it will be bottom heavy. Most parts I did not use raft or supports except the Dusk_BlackShell_6thGen.stl I needed to use a raft and supports for that one. I also rotated the z-axis at 45 degrees so that the supports go diagonally across the overhangs, I found it easier to remove.
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  • Dusk Ball, with magnetic clasp (5th Gen)
    SummaryThis version of the dusk ball with magnetic clasp is based off of the models from the 5th gen 3DS games. For 6th gen see: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1081574 Print all the parts out. Print two of the Dusk_BlackShell_5thGen.stl you will need one for the lid and one for the bottom shell. All the lid parts snap together really tightly so you wont need glue, usually. After assembling the lid and the bottom you can glue the button and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will also need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16"). Just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.Print SettingsRafts: Doesn't MatterSupports: Doesn't MatterResolution: 0.2mmInfill: 5-50%Notes: Every part I printed with 2 shells. Top parts at low infill (5-10%). Bottom parts at high infill (40-50%) so it will be bottom heavy. Most parts I did not use raft or supports except the Dusk_BlackShell_6thGen.stl I needed to use a raft and supports for that one. I also rotated the z-axis at 45 degrees so that the supports go diagonally across the overhangs, I found it easier to remove.
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  • Pokeball
    SummaryA simple design of the iconic pokeball.
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  • Pokeball
    Pokeball, plain old pokeball. Two halves, top & bottom. 7.5 cm diameter. Hollow.
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  • Pokeball
    This is a full size Pokeball from Pokemon and can be scaled down to its smaller storage size. Pokeball is printed as a single part with no assembly required.
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  • Pokeball
    SummaryA student of mine created a Pokeball completely on his own. This is his creation. The Pokeball halves is both the top and bottom, We just reprinted the part a second time.
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  • Pokeball
    Are you pokemon fan? Give a chance to Pokeball ! This cool design will impress your friends and make they jelous. Printing Details Printed at 0.20mm resolution, hollowed, the total print time was 6 hours 47 minutes.
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  • PokeBall
    SummaryThis PokeBall was designed by our Tech Academy member Constatine.Print SettingsPrinter: Prusa i3Rafts: NoSupports: NoResolution: .2 mmInfill: 10%
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  • Pokeball
    Life-Size decorative Pokeball. Ideal for showcasing on a desk and can also be played with. (Hollow).
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  • Pokeball
    SummaryThe design is based on the PokeBall from Pokemon, owned by Game Freak, Nintendo, and the Pokemon Company and anyone else I forgot :D I honestly have no idea how this will print I attempted to keep the design loyal to how the ball opens in the anime. I have yet to test it because I do not own a 3D printer myself, but if you do print it please let me know how to improve on the design! :)InstructionsIn addition to the print files you will need a small spring activate the button. To build the hinge you will need to cut a small piece of 1.75 mm filament and sit it in between the hinge caps and the bottom inner piece. The button works by sliding the inner button into the outer button into the belt, then attaching the "TT" shaped mount behind the button to the belt with a spring in between the button and mount.
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Luxury Ball, with magnetic clasp SummaryThis is based off of the "Pokeball, with magnetic clasp". However I have remade all the files (except the hinge) so this ball may not work well with the parts from the original or any of my other remixes. With this version the lid is in one piece and you will have to paint it. If you prefer to print out each color as a separate part please see http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:955822 Print the Lid, Bottom, Button and Ring. After printing the parts you will want to paint everything. From there glue the button and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. I've had issues printing the Ring file with only one shell. So you might want to print the Ring with 2 shells. All other files I printed with 1 shell. Lid_V2 and Bottom_V2 have thicker rims/ridges. You will need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16") and just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.
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Pokeball with magnetic clasp Free 3D print model Pokeball with magnetic clasp free 3D print modelAvailable for purchase via etsy.me/1smvOMb Now you can catch them all! Provided they all fit inside a 3inch diameter ball :)
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Love Ball, with magnetic clasp SummaryThe only thing I changed from the "Master Ball, with magnetic clasp" was the lid again. Print the four Lid files (You probably need supports on the Lid.stl and almost definitely on the Lid_Inner_Heart.stl file) After printing the parts you should be able to easily assemble the lid. From there glue the button into the button holder. Then glue the button assembly and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16") and just glue them in place. Note: Print off EasyLid.stl if you just want a quick Love Ball lid. It prints all in one piece with raised rim for the heart which serves as a guide for painting. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.
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Dive Ball, with magnetic clasp SummaryThis version of the dive ball with magnetic clasp is based off of the models from the 6th gen 3DS games. All the two lid parts snap together really tightly so you wont need glue, usually. It was a really tight fit for me you may consider sanding some of the edges so it fits easier. But the bottom shell part will need some glue, it might also need some scarping in the peg holes to make them fit. After assembling the lid and the bottom you can glue the button and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will also need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16"). Just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece (dark blue piece) at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.Print SettingsRafts: Doesn't MatterSupports: Doesn't MatterResolution: 0.2Infill: 5-50%Notes: The Bottom Dark Blue piece will probably need supports, but that is the only piece that would require it.
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Great Ball, with magnetic clasp SummaryThe only thing I changed from the "Master Ball, with magnetic clasp" was the lid again. Print the Lid.stl file and print two copies of the Lid_Arch.stl file, they won't need supports. After printing the parts you should be able to easily assemble the lid. (Please note that the arches only fit in one way, so if it isn't fitting quite right flip it upside down) From there glue the button into the button holder. Then glue the button assembly and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16") and just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.
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Ultra Ball, with magnetic clasp SummaryThe only thing I changed from the "Master Ball, with magnetic clasp" was the lid again. Print the two lid files. Lib_Black wont need supports but Lid_Yellow may. After printing the parts you should be able to easily assemble the lid. From there glue the button into the button holder. Then glue the button assembly and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16") and just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.
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Master Ball, with magnetic clasp (Fixed Lid) SummaryUpdate: I have now got around to printing this and the M was way too small and also didn't even fit. No one told me, but now I fixed it. The only thing I changed from the original "Pokeball, with magnetic clasp" was the lid. Print the Lid, M, BumpTopLeft and BumpTopRigh (right/left with button facing towards you). The two Bump files in theory should be the same but just in case I provided both. After printing the parts you should be able to easily assemble the lid. From there glue the button into the button holder. Then glue the button assembly and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16") and just glue them in place too. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.
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Luxury Ball, with magnetic clasp (In Parts) SummaryThis version of the luxury ball with magnetic clasp lets you assemble the lid and bottom shells with each section/color separated out into different parts. There are a lot of parts so I figured I would separate this into its own thing. If you would rather print the lid all as one piece please see http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:953054 Print all the parts out. Print two of the Lux_Lid_Silver_Ring.stl you will need one for the lid and one for the bottom shell. I printed most of the parts with 1 shell except for the Lux_Ring and the Lux_Lid_Silver_Ring, where I used 2 Shells. And only the Silver Ring part needs supports. I also used 100% infill on the silver ring part because it is a little more fragile then the other parts. All the lid parts snap together really tightly so you wont need glue. To assemble the Lid correctly first print out the black base and then attach the gold ring 1 to it. Make sure it is fully snapped into position. Then snap on the red ring, then finally the second gold ring, and the silver ring. After assembling the lid and the bottom you can glue the button and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will also need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16"). Just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.
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Dusk Ball, with magnetic clasp (6th Gen) SummaryThis version of the dusk ball with magnetic clasp is based off of the models from the 6th gen 3DS games. For 5th gen see: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1081593 Print all the parts out. Print two of the Dusk_BlackShell_6thGen.stl you will need one for the lid and one for the bottom shell. All the lid parts snap together really tightly so you wont need glue, usually. After assembling the lid and the bottom you can glue the button and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will also need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16"). Just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.Print SettingsRafts: Doesn't MatterSupports: Doesn't MatterResolution: 0.2mmInfill: 5-50%Notes: Every part I printed with 2 shells. Top parts at low infill (5-10%). Bottom parts at high infill (40-50%) so it will be bottom heavy. Most parts I did not use raft or supports except the Dusk_BlackShell_6thGen.stl I needed to use a raft and supports for that one. I also rotated the z-axis at 45 degrees so that the supports go diagonally across the overhangs, I found it easier to remove.
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Dusk Ball, with magnetic clasp (5th Gen) SummaryThis version of the dusk ball with magnetic clasp is based off of the models from the 5th gen 3DS games. For 6th gen see: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1081574 Print all the parts out. Print two of the Dusk_BlackShell_5thGen.stl you will need one for the lid and one for the bottom shell. All the lid parts snap together really tightly so you wont need glue, usually. After assembling the lid and the bottom you can glue the button and the ring to the bottom with the hinge in place as you glue the ring down. Then snap the hinge into the lid. You will also need 2 magnets (1/4" X 1/16"). Just glue them in place. Tip: Print your bottom piece at a higher in fill percentage, around 40-50% and then all the other parts at 5-10%. That way it will be bottom heavy and not roll around as much.Print SettingsRafts: Doesn't MatterSupports: Doesn't MatterResolution: 0.2mmInfill: 5-50%Notes: Every part I printed with 2 shells. Top parts at low infill (5-10%). Bottom parts at high infill (40-50%) so it will be bottom heavy. Most parts I did not use raft or supports except the Dusk_BlackShell_6thGen.stl I needed to use a raft and supports for that one. I also rotated the z-axis at 45 degrees so that the supports go diagonally across the overhangs, I found it easier to remove.
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Pokeball SummaryA simple design of the iconic pokeball.
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Pokeball Pokeball, plain old pokeball. Two halves, top & bottom. 7.5 cm diameter. Hollow.
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Pokeball This is a full size Pokeball from Pokemon and can be scaled down to its smaller storage size. Pokeball is printed as a single part with no assembly required.
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Pokeball SummaryA student of mine created a Pokeball completely on his own. This is his creation. The Pokeball halves is both the top and bottom, We just reprinted the part a second time.
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Pokeball Are you pokemon fan? Give a chance to Pokeball ! This cool design will impress your friends and make they jelous. Printing Details Printed at 0.20mm resolution, hollowed, the total print time was 6 hours 47 minutes.
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PokeBall SummaryThis PokeBall was designed by our Tech Academy member Constatine.Print SettingsPrinter: Prusa i3Rafts: NoSupports: NoResolution: .2 mmInfill: 10%
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Pokeball Life-Size decorative Pokeball. Ideal for showcasing on a desk and can also be played with. (Hollow).
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Pokeball SummaryThe design is based on the PokeBall from Pokemon, owned by Game Freak, Nintendo, and the Pokemon Company and anyone else I forgot :D I honestly have no idea how this will print I attempted to keep the design loyal to how the ball opens in the anime. I have yet to test it because I do not own a 3D printer myself, but if you do print it please let me know how to improve on the design! :)InstructionsIn addition to the print files you will need a small spring activate the button. To build the hinge you will need to cut a small piece of 1.75 mm filament and sit it in between the hinge caps and the bottom inner piece. The button works by sliding the inner button into the outer button into the belt, then attaching the "TT" shaped mount behind the button to the belt with a spring in between the button and mount.
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