Friendly Articulated Slug without the pointy bits. This makes it nicer as a fidget toy IMO. Short head STL file has a more rounded head section, long head STL maintains shape of the original slug from which this was remixed. Long head is a bit more polished and short head looks like it could use some additional cleaning up when viewed in a modeling/sculpting app, but any imperfections are unnoticeable when printed at 100% scale. PLA+ is recommended, Especially if your plan on mixing and matching parts.

Print Settings

Printer brand:

Printer:

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.12mm

Filament brand:

Filament material:

PLA+

Notes:

no supports or adhesion necessary with my setup, YMMV

Post-Printing

Carefully crack loose any fused sections by gently flexing and/or twisting until they move freely.

You can disassemble by moving a segment all the way in one direction and prying from the inside of the curve (eg, bend to the right, pry from the right). This process is a bit delicate and runs a decent chance of breaking a segment, especially if printed in standard PLA.