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Hetty

Looking for model Low-Poly Regtro gorilla

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Hi Hetty,

The designer is called @flowalistik, a talented Spanish designer.

His work and experience with Ultimaker will be covered soon in a new story and it will also contain some new cool designs :)

If you want the file you need to have a little bit more patience, if you want to reach out to flowalistik feel free!

If you find an answer in this topic which completely answers your question please mark it as 'best answer'. This will help future readers to find the best answer asap.

Thank you!

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Hi Hetty,

The designer is called @flowalistik, a talented Spanish designer.

His work and experience with Ultimaker will be covered soon in a new story and it will also contain some new cool designs :)

If you want the file you need to have a little bit more patience, if you want to reach out to flowalistik feel free!

If you find an answer in this topic which completely answers your question please mark it as 'best answer'. This will help future readers to find the best answer asap.

Thank you!

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Hey there! Sorry I didn't answer, I messed things up with the account email and I couldn't log in!

As Sander said, the model will be available soon, but you will need to wait a little bit more.

Hi Flowalistik,

Thank you for your reply. I hope the model will be available soon!

Love the gorilla and it would fit perfectly in the project i'm working on (educational game with pink gorilla :-).

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