On the 4th day of Geekmas, I printed this Pokeball. Post Processing on this one was less about sanding, and painting, and more about putting the pieces of the print together. Again, this is not a challenging print but getting the parts to fit took a little doing. My recommendation on this one would be to use tree supports (ideally with support PLA) as that will make for cleaner parts to build with. Also, look to the comments on this make and you will see that the original magnet link is no longer active. Here's the one I would try.

You can see this one over on TikTok:


Day 4 of Geekmas brings us this 3d printed pokeball. 👉🏿🎱 #geekmas #geekyinc #geek #geekculture #pokemon

♬ original sound - geekyinc

The breakdown:

Geeky Inc Category - Gaming and Anime
Original Appearance - On the Gameboy Game
Time to Print (on a Bambu P1P) ~ 9 hours (if you are using supports)
Post Processing - Semi - Moderate
Link to STL - https://www.printables.com/model/374028-pokeball/