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Green Goblin on glider From Marvel



You've probably heard of 3D printing. It's a technology for making objects by turning digital designs into physical objects. You may have even seen a 3D printer in action. But have you ever wondered how a 3D printer makes objects?

The Green Goblin is one of Spider-Man's strongest enemies. He’s killed millions, put his twisty mind on the world and is the reason Peter Parker has to put on a mask and battle crime in the first place. These days the Green Goblin isn’t the only villain in Spider-Man’s life, but it’s still one of the most beloved. That’s why you’re excited to hear that 3D printing is making the Green Goblin a real possibility.

I. Basic information about Green Goblin STL

A static assembly model of a Green Goblin figurine for 3D printing, as well as its moderation and adaption for various types of 3D printers. We choose the optimal cutting model to lower the quantity of filament required for created support. In the Eco version of Green Goblin 3D print, we also hollow out portions to conserve resin. Green Goblin's boots, hands, platform stringers, and other accessories are also available as separate assembly components. As a consequence, you'll get the cleanest results imaginable. All of the assembly pieces are STL files placed in suggested places to ensure that the details' surfaces are smooth after printing.

As a result, 3D printing newbies will have no trouble positioning pieces on a build plate. The model was successfully cut, keyed, and test printed. The figure is made up of STL files, which are compatible with most 3D printers. Netfabb was used to examine all STL files for 3D printing and found no issues.

The Green Goblin first appeared in the comic books in 1940, and has since become one of the most famous villains in the world. The Green Goblin is wealthy, powerful, and cunning. He has no empathy for other people, and will stop at nothing to achieve his goals.

So you want to make your own Green Goblin Glider, the one that terrorized New York City and collided with Captain America on the bridge, right? Well, now you can! I have designed the 3D model for the glider and have uploaded it to services such as Shapeways and other online printing services. The glider is designed to be printed on a 3D printer, such as a Stratasys Dimension series or a Makerbot Replicator.


  • Green Goblin STL files for 3D printing, which are made up of individual sections

  • Green Goblin miniatures with high polygonal detail 

  • The SpecialSTL Assistance Team provides full technical support

Green Goblin figurines are available for 3D printing within 24 hours after purchase! You may use PayPal or your credit card to make a payment. The SpecialSTL Youtube Channel has a lesson on how to build Thor Printing Figurines. You might also be interested in another product in this category.