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14ft Giant Creature 3D Printed for Comic-Con

Stratasys 3D printers were at the core of producing the 14ft creature, Bodock, designed by the Stan Winston School and built by the studio Legacy Effects for legendary festival Comic-Con.

Offering an interactive experience for fans at the 2014 Comic-Con as well as via online, the creature was created to offer audiences of How to Make a Giant Creature an understanding of what is possible when combining technology and art. Approximately one third of Bodock was built using ABS-M30 thermosplastic parts with video and sensors bringing these parts ‘to life’.

Over a third of Bodock was created with Stratasys 3D printers including the chest armor, shoulders, arms and fingers. Several Stratasys 3D Printers were employed in the build process, including the Fortus 900mc, which uses Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology to build durable, accurate, repeatable parts.

We are excited to debut the series, How to Make a Giant Creature on The Scene with our partners. With last year’s success, we are eager to provide audiences with something bigger and better, which this new creation definitely is.

Michael Klein, Executive Vice President, Programming and Content Strategy, Condé Nast Entertainment

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