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Bowling Pins

These perfect-sized bowling pins are a perfect match for our little bowling ball-shaped robot. Print as many as you like for one or more players. A standard bowling lane uses 10 pins.

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL file to your preferred slicer. Make sure the bottom flat side of the pin is down. No supports are necessary. Printing with a raft is suggested. Print with a layer height no smaller than 0.2mm. Follow your filament’s recommendations for print temperature and speed.

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Boxes & Barrels

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 files to your preferred slicer. Make sure a flat side of the box or barrel is down. No supports are necessary. Print with a layer height no smaller than 0.2mm. Follow your filament’s recommendations for print 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 files to your preferred slicer. The case bottom needs to be flat side down. The case top needs to have the open side down. The case top will require supports. Printing with a raft is suggested. Print with a layer height no smaller than 0.2mm. Follow your filament’s recommendations for print 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 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 files to your preferred slicer. The case bottom needs to be flat side down. The case top needs to have the open side down. The case top will require supports. Printing with a raft is suggested. Print with a layer height no smaller than 0.2mm. Follow your filament’s recommendations for print temperature and speed.

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Evo Pen Holder

The pen holder consists of three primary parts - the clip (connects directly to Evo), the riser (for height adjustments), and the collar (holds the pen or marker). Using the dovetail ends, slide the three pieces together. Adjust accordingly so the tip of the marker or pen is just touching the writing surface. There are three collar sizes (9mm, 11mm, 13mm) to help get the best fit for your pen or marker.

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL files to your preferred slicer. Make sure the bottom flat side of each piece is down. No supports are necessary. Printing with a raft is suggested. Print with a layer height no smaller than 0.2mm. Follow your filament’s recommendations for print temperature and speed.

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Evo Dozer

Use the mini dozer attachment to turn Evo into a big mover! Push, move, and even knock down any of our other object accessories like the Puck, Barrel, and Box.

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL files to your preferred slicer. Make sure the bottom flat side of the dozer bucket is down. No supports are necessary. Printing with a raft is suggested. Print with a layer height no smaller than 0.2mm. Follow your filament’s recommendations for print temperature and speed.

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Evo Trailer

Turn Evo into a mini hauler. The redesigned trailer is print-in-place with easy to snap on wheels. Now your Evo can cart around small objects like our Puck, Barrel, and Box.

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL files to your preferred slicer. Make sure the bottom flat side of each piece is down. No supports are necessary. Printing with a raft is suggested. Print with a layer height no smaller than 0.2mm. Follow your filament’s recommendations for print temperature and speed.

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Evo Hat

The versatile Evo hats add a new dimension to your robot’s personality. Each hat has a different way of connecting or attaching all sorts of creations that shows off your Evo’s best traits. 

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL files to your preferred slicer. Make sure to orient each hat so that the top of the hat is facing up. Supports are needed for a successful print. Printing with a raft is suggested. Print with a layer height no smaller than 0.2mm. Follow your filament’s recommendations for print temperature and speed.

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Evo Puck

These pucks are perfect for your favorite Evo games or for hauling around from place to place in the Evo Trailer.

Printing instructions for FDM printers: Send the .STL file to your preferred slicer. Make sure each puck is laying flat. No supports are necessary. Print with a layer height no smaller than 0.2mm. Follow your filament’s recommendations for print temperature and speed.

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