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Groot 3D Print – 5 Best Curated Models

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by Tobias Hullette
Feb 6, 2019

The Avengers get most of the attention in Marvel movies, but who doesn't love Groot? Here are five (+ 1 bonus) 3D printable Groot models to make you and your friends marvel at 3D printing.

Groot 3D Print Fan Favourite

Looks real to me!
Looks real to me! Source: 3DWithUs / YouTube

Who knew that a tree-like humanoid could gather such a fan base? Since August of 2014, when Guardians of the Galaxy was released, the Groot has rightfully earned the love of Marvel fans. He’s strong, he’s gentle, he’s noble and he is definitely 3D printable.

No, a 3D printer can’t make a living Groot, but they can make very accurate representations of him. If you want to create an especially convincing Groot model, consider printing with wood filament. Though it is a PLA material with wood fibers and not a TRUE wooden filament (More on wood filament here), this material’s a great way to make a Groot who looks about to come to life and say, “I am GROOT!”

Groot 3D Print 1. Bust Sculpture

Groot Bust's best angles!
Groot Bust's best angles! Source: Doodle Monkey / Thingiverse

What is it? If there’s anything cooler than Groot, it’s a 3D printed Groot. Having been expertly modeled in Z-Brush, this Groot’s a blast to print and show off. At 100% scale, 0.2mm layer height, and 20% infill, this model uses about 60 grams of filament and takes approximately four hours to print. However, if you are short on material and/or time, cutting it to 0%  infill cuts time and filament use in half, while retaining ease of printing and quality of the finished model.

Who designed it? Doodle Monkey

Who printed it? This model has been printed over 500 times with various machines, materials, and paint jobs.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

Groot 3D Print 2. Baby Groot Flower Pot

These plants are sure to grow.
These plants are sure to grow. Source: Uncle Jessy / MyMiniFactory

What is it? You can’t help but smile back at this adorable baby Groot. However, cuteness isn’t the only perk of the model. This Groot is also a flower pot! Have fun smiling as you print and use this design. Keep in mind that at 100% scale, this is a large model. It will require about 15 hours of printing and almost 200 g of filament. If you don’t want to spend that kind of time or material, scaling down is no problem at all.

Who designed it? Tom Davis

Who printed it? The Groot flower pot is a well-known and appreciated design among the 3D printing community, having been printed many times on many different machines.

Where to find it? MyMiniFactory

Groot 3D Print 3. Baby Groot

Baby Groot resting his limbs.
Baby Groot resting his limbs. Source: Biyambaa / Thingiverse

What is it? After Groot sacrificed himself for his friends, a new Groot was born from one of his recovered twigs. Tears are inevitable when Groot dies, but so are smiles as Baby Groot steals the show with its high level of detail and adorable proportions. When printing this model at full scale, expect about 15 hours of print time and an amazing Baby Groot.

Who designed it? Biyambaa

Who printed it? Thingiverse users have printed this model with various machines and materials and scales. Also: be sure to check out the waving version that kresty has uploaded with this Thing.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

Groot 3D Print 4. Dancing Groot

Dancing Groot cutting a rug!
Dancing Groot cutting a rug! Source: Cordavi / Thingiverse

What is it? Dancing Groot is the life of the party, and he could also be the highlight of your 3D print collection. This model is an easy print, designed to require no support and low infill. You better call the DJ quickly because, in about 2.5 hours, baby Groot will be ready to party.

Who designed it? Cordavi

Who printed it? Nearly 200 makes have been posted on Thingiverse.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

Groot 3D Print 5. Giant Lego Groot

Lego Groot is part of the team!
Lego Groot is part of the team! Source: Tech77 / Thingiverse

What is it? Love LEGO? Love Groot? Well, this model is for you! This giant LEGO baby Groot will definitely be a great addition to your shelf or desk. Keep in mind that this guy, as its name implies, is pretty large. It requires roughly 10 hours of print time and 125 g of material at 100% scale, 0.2mm layer height, and a low infill percentage.

Who designed it? Tech77

Who printed it? Several Thingiverse users have printed this model on different printers and with various materials.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

Groot 3D Print BONUS: Baby Groot Keychain

This Baby Groot Keychain can travel with you wherever you go.
This Baby Groot Keychain can travel with you wherever you go. Source: kresty / Thingiverse

What is it? The previous models require a good bit of filament. The final model on this list is a great way to enjoy a 3D printed Groot without the cost of much material or time. Kresty includes three keychains: One small, one medium and one large. In under 1.5 hours, you can print all three!

Who designed it? kresty

Who printed it? Thingiverse users have printed this model with various machines and materials. But be careful. The small features of this print have been known to break.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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