Looks good so far... (yes, finally, seeing it) ... the overhang looks good, too. Did you "just" use the standard converter otr have you manually tweaked the Gcode to better cope with overhang?
Did you only print out a bumper (not the entire chassis)? BTW, the black and white hugging/kissing figurines are cute.
Just explained to my nine year old daughter what "that thing I'm watching" is, I'm pretty sure she will now be insisting that I build a 3D printer to fabricate toys for her on demand. Hmm. Not quite that easy, but I like the sentiment....
I'm curious - what do you use for part designing to print on your reprap? Was there a large learning curve (for part design)?I've thought about at some point getting a set of printed components and assembling my own printer (I've also given thought to a RepStrap); right now I don't have the time, space, or need, though. Part of my reluctance, though, is the "learning curve" for designing 3D parts - I'm not sure whether I want or need to take such a step yet, but your designs and such (especially the cat feeder) make me see that it might be worth it, even if it takes some time.