The image of Baymax's pudgy form busting out of his armour suit was one of the first we saw of Big Hero 6 - and now it's formed the basis of this neat bit of 3D printing.

The design is by 3Denovo, a developing online marketplace for 3D printing designs, and replaces a 3D printed Baymax's belly with a lightbulb, creating a nifty lamp for your desk.

Baymax himself is actually slightly poseable with articulation to turn his head, but the rest of the figure is a single piece of 3D printed material, designed to fold in half so you can fit a bulb (obviously one that's low wattage enough that you a) don't melt Baymax with the heat or b), Blind yourself with a lightbulb pointed right at you) into his middle. It's kind of amazing what you can do with 3D printing these days!

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Unfortunately 3Denovo haven't shared the files they used for the design, so even if you have access to a 3D printer to make one, you'd have to recreate it yourself if you want a personal lighting companion of your own. Boo.

[3D Print]


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