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TRANSFORMERS CW POSABLE HANDS 2.0

3D model description

FINISHED AND GOOD TO GO!

Second version of hands for CW combiners - or any other figures you find suitable.

This design is issue free - no pins or whatsoever - the hands are snap-on design, no tools and post processing is reqiured.

It works like a charm printed on my Zortrax M200
layer height is 0.09mm
SUPPORTS on all parts but the hand body, (suggest you print separately)
hand body is printed vertically with wrist joint socket facing up
middlefiners are printed flat with socket holes facing up, same with the fingertips
finger hinge is printed with cylinder vertically,
wrist ball standing on the peg with ball up
thumb joint printed ball down (flat part on the ground)

you need to print

1 body, 3 short fingertips, 2 long fingertips, 9 middlefingers, 1 wrist ball, 4x 5,8 mm balljoints and 1 thumb joint
per hand
UPDATE - second version of hand body uploaded - different detailing.

A FULL BALLJOINT version of body and an according balljoint hinge. in order to get the thing assembled you need to print the L and R body, 4x full balljoint 58mm ball hinge plus the rest of stuff you need to assemble the fingers. DO NOT MISTAKE the full balljoint 58mm ball hinge" with "v2 thumb hinge" - they are literally he same part but the ball size is different. the assembly should be now much easier and more reliable.

any comments or questions please let me know!

  • 3D model format: STL

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"you need to print

1 body, 3 short fingertips, 2 long fingertips, 9 middlefingers, 1 wrist ball, 4x hand hinges 5,8mm and 1 thumb joint
per hand"
as in files it means :

1 hand body L and R - You have 3 versions available. The ones with FULL BALLJOINT in name have full articulation of the fingers and in order to assemble them You need FULL_BALLJOINT_58mm_ball_hinge printed 8 times. for the other hands you need a same amount of hinged joints (v2_finger-hand_hinge or v2_finger-hand_hinge_long)
9 middlefinfer sections per hand (v2_middlefinger_41_ball)
3 short fingertips (v2_fingerv3_short or fingerv3_cut_10mm_v2)
2 long fingertips (v2_fingerv3_long or fingerv3_cut_12mm_v2)
1 wrist ball - You have 3 versions differing in diameter and peg length
1 thumb joint (v2_thumb_6mm_ball_hinge)
4 hand hinge joints 5,8mm (FULL_BALLJOINT_58mm_ball_hinge)
and thats it!
enjoy!

Hi ! I don't get what I should print, as there are more files that the parts you mention. For example: v2_hand_detail_v6_left and v2_hand_left. I don't own a 3D printer and I want to have the parts printed, but I don't know what to print. Thanks !