Northern Green Frog (Lithobates clamitans)
The most realistic 3D-printable Northern Green Frog on the internet, if we say so ourselves!
This is a digital file ready to be 3D printed and painted by you!
Get ready to hop into the world of 3D printing with this adorable and realistic Northern green frog model! This downloadable file contains all the necessary information to 3D print your own Northern green frog, allowing you to bring this charming creature to life in the comfort of your own home.
We designed our Northern green frog model with precision and attention to detail in mind, ensuring that your 3D printed frog will look as close to the real thing as possible. However, the model does require some painting in order to achieve its full, colorful appearance. This makes it a great opportunity to practice your painting skills or try out new techniques. The model is easy to print and no assembly is required, making it the perfect project for both experienced 3D printing enthusiasts and those new to the technology.
With this model, you’ll be able to create your very own Northern green frog figurine, use it as a educational tool, or even incorporate it into a diorama or other creative project. The possibilities are endless! So why wait? Add this charming Northern green frog model to your collection today and let your creativity and painting skills take the reins.
Northern Green Frogs are one of three most common frog species in North America, right alongside Northern Leopard Frogs, and American Bullfrogs.
This 3D-printable, digital file is in STL format. It is scaled to life-size and ready for you to print out and paint it.
This Northern Green Frog is about 8cm long (SVL), which is about the average size for an adult of this species.
Our tested print settings
We successfully printed this model in grey resin on an LCD 3D printer using these settings:
- Layer height: 0.05mm
- Hollowed: True
- Wall thickness: 2mm
- Infill: A little
- 3mm drainage hole in the belly and near the the frog’s “ankles”
Feel free to use these settings as a guide or use your own preferred settings. They’re just the settings that we used when printing.
Due to the nature of resin printing, you will have to determine your own exposure settings because they are different for every brand of resin and printer.