Best Pokemon .STL Files To 3D Print In 2022
Are you a pokemon fan with a 3D printer? Here is a list of our five favorite pokemon 3D prints to help you build your mini army of Pikachu, Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Charizard prints!
- Pokeball Planter
- Pikachu Coin Bank
- High-poly Bulbasaur
- Low-poly Charmander
- Multi-Color Squirtle
Pokemon Pokeball Planter 3D Print
Filament: Fulament Matte PLA Series - Red, White, Black
This Pokemon-themed planter is designed to print in multiple pieces for easy assembly and color-changing, perfect for holding a tiny plant. We’ll be adding it to our office with a bit of cactus. The designer, Agustin “Flowalistick” Arroyo, has to be one of my favorite designers. His files are nothing short of remarkable, and he is mentioned several times throughout this article. So check out his Patreon here!
Pikachu 3D Print(Coin Bank)
Filament: Fulament Matte PLA Series - Yellow
There are many Pikachu models, but this one stood out as different. It’s a low poly Pikachu model designed as a coin bank with a slit in the top and a bottom cap to access the coins. Give this to your Pokemon-loving kid to help them build good saving habits!
Bulbasur 3D Print
Filament: Fulament Matte PLA Series - Teal
This fantastic high poly model of Bulbasaur is the perfect model for 3D Printing. Optimized to not need supports, the file includes an astonishing amount of detail and captures Bulbasaur in all of his glory.
Charmendar 3D Print
Filament: Fulament Standard PETG Series - Orange
Remixed from his original Pokemon series prints, this Charmander model is another excellent print by Flowalistik. It’s low-poly, so it’s easy to print and looks terrific in our matte orange filament. Perfect for keeping on your desk or a shelf as a display piece.
Squirtle 3D Print (Multi Part)
Filament: Fulament Matte PLA Series - Light Blue & Yellow
This Squirtle model is designed to be printed in multiple pieces or with multiple extruders to create an incredible color pop. We printed the parts separately in our matte yellow and teal PLA. I can’t find many words to describe the beauty; I’ll just let the picture speak for itself.