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Bowling Pins:

Little bowling pins sized perfectly for a little bowling ball-shaped robot. Print as many as you like for one or more players (standard human bowing setup is 10 pins).

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL file to your favorite slicer software and print with flat side down. No supports necessary. Use a layer height of 0.2mm layer height and follow your filament recommendations for temp and speed.

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Barrels:

On-end they can be used as an obstacle for the Evo to sense and navigate around. They also are the perfect size to act as "Evo Cargo" and can be moved one at a time with the dozer accessory or several at once in the Evo Trailer. 

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL file to your favorite slicer software and print with flat side down. No supports necessary. Use a layer height of 0.2mm layer height and follow your filament recommendations for temperature and speed.

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Bit Case:

Protect your Ozobot Bit robot when it's riding around in your backpack or pocket. This little case keeps the Bit from turning on accidentally and keeps debris out of the optical sensors. Print it in two pieces and snap the hinge together.

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL file to your favorite slicer software and print with flat side down. Supports will be needed for the hinges. Use a layer height of 0.2mm layer height and follow your filament recommendations for temperature and speed.

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Evo Case:

Protect your Ozobot Evo robot when it's riding around in your backpack or pocket. This little case keeps the Evo from turning on accidentally and keeps debris out of the optical sensors. Print it in two pieces and snap the hinge together. 

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL file to your favorite slicer software and print with flat side down. Supports will be needed for the hinges. Use a layer height of 0.2mm layer height and follow your filament recommendations for temperature and speed.

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Evo Pen Holder:

Snap this attachment onto your Evo to make it into an artist. The print consists of at least three parts: the base, the dovetail extension, and the pen collar. The dovetail extension allows the user to move the pen clip up or down to suit the pen. The pen clip is offered in three common pen diameter sizes (9mm, 10mm, 11mm).

Try it out with a felt tip pen and one of ourBlockly programs here: Ozobot - OzoBlockly

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL file to your favorite slicer software and print with flat side down. Supports will be needed for the hinges. Use a layer height of 0.2mm layer height and follow your filament recommendations for temperature and speed.

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Evo Dozer:

They are printed separately and dovetail together to form an Evo mini dozer. Now your EVO can push and move around small objects like our Puck and Barrel 3d prints.

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL file to your favorite slicer software and print with flat side down. No supports necessary. Use a layer height of 0.2mm layer height and follow your filament recommendations for temperature and speed.

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Evo Trailer:

Turns your Evo into a mini hauler. This print comes in six parts that snap together to form a trailer with an articulating hitch and wheels that turn. The sidewalls of the trailer are printed as one piece that fold up on three sides to keep what's in the flatbed. Now your EVO can haul around small objects like our Puck and Barrel 3d prints.

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL file to your favorite slicer software and print with flat side down. No supports necessary. Use a layer height of 0.2mm layer height and follow your filament recommendations for temperature and speed. For the living hinges of the trailer sides, you should have at least two layers. Polycarbonate or other more brittle filaments might break when assembled. 

*Note: The living hinge structure might not work properly with liquid resin printers and so if you want to print this model with a resin 3d printer please download the <<combined trailer>> file.

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Evo Hat:

Print some headwear for your Evo. This print snaps onto your Evo and has a 2mm socket on top for a mini flag or label or whatever you want. 

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL file to your favorite slicer software and print with top side down. Supports needed for the sides, but should be avoided on the inside of the hat that touches the bot. Use a layer height of 0.2mm layer height and follow your filament recommendations for temperature and speed.

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Evo Puck:

These pucks are the right size to act as "Evo Cargo" and can be moved one at a time with the dozer accessory or several at once in the Evo trailer.

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL file to your favorite slicer software and print with flat side down. No supports necessary. Use a layer height of 0.2mm layer height and follow your filament recommendations for temperature and speed.

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