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Mr figure V02 the 3D printed action figure

Creation's quality: 4.7/5 (5 votes)
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3D model description

A 3D printed articulated action figure model for drawing
Because of the difference in accuracy between 3d printers if the parts don't fit you can drill it or you can cut small parts of the plastic until it fit.
assembling the 3D printed parts:

-this model was printed by Ender 3 pro FDM printer with Esun PLA+ Filament so im not sure if it can be printed by resin printer.
-this model is not recommended for completed beginners in 3d printing because it need some experience in 3d printing to be made

3D printing settings

Object size: 15 X 4.5 Centimeter
Resolution: 0.1 mm
Nozzle: 0.4
Need Supports: Yes
Filament: PLA
Infill: 40%
initial layer height: 0.2
top/ bottom line width: 0.3
brim line width : 0.4

wall thickness: 1.2
prin speed: 42
build plate adhesion type : brim

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: ZIP Folder details Close
    • Mr figure

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  • Last update: 2020/08/31 at 10:54
  • Publication date: 2020/08/27 at 01:24





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please attach the model as well .. would make sense considering were paying for this and its not dialed in

you should find all the parts ready for printing,can't you find it?

Awesome work, man. congratulations! one question: would it work with abs?

i'm not sure because i never used abs before
im so sorry

guess i'll try and tell you later, then. hahahaha
thanks anyway

everyday resin breaks easily in general. Not just for a jointed model like this. Resin is hard to the point of being brittle. It will take compression but not impact or torque.

You can add additives to make it 'softer'... You can get "ABS-Like" resins that have some additives already in. Or mix your own.

i'm so sorry i don't have a resin printer myself so i'm not sure but i have a friend who try it in resin and said that the joints break easily in resin

Has this ever been attempted in flexible resin?

i didn't scaled up to 1/10 before, but the more you scale it up the more loose the joints will be

I wonder if this can be scaled up to 1/10 easily... I don't know why no-one makes a good 1/10 (7-inch) action figure (printable or not)... I need figures for RC projects and almost ALL major scale RC is 1/10

thank you, maybe in the future i will make woman V02, Unfortunately if you downscaled it to a 1:18 size some of the joint parts will not print
so a 1:18 action figure will need a different engineering

First of all, congratulations for your model, it's awesome! Two questions: do you ever thought about updating the woman to V02? And this model could be downscaled to a 1:18 size? Would be interesting have a functional, 3d-printable 1:18 action figure as well. Regards!

thank you i'm so happy you like it, maybe in a future release i will add a Boot feet

I have been having a blast printing this out and putting it together. Boot feet would be a great addition..

i think i will do someday

Hi, do you plan to release additional items that one can buy here separately? Like new heads, weapons etc. Thank you.

sorry but these files was not in sale before

Are these files going to go on sale again soon? I can't believe I missed them being about $5 the other day...

it was printed in creality ender 3 so it is supposed to can printed in any FDM printer but you have to adjust printing settings to your printer

that figure can printed in a creality 5 plus?

Don't understand that. Don't know what "puted" is supposed to mean. You need to try a different English translator.

you can puted free????

Its titled "action figure" with no scale mentioned.

Ya know what... Don't worry about it. Clearly its a problem for ya.
I'll find another model/modeler that doesn't seem so put out by someone wanting to give them money.

ok i will try it anyway but this is a 1/12th action figure and i never advertise it as a 1/6th
so if its not working as a 1/6th maybe i will make another one someday for potential buyers

Since you're asking $15 a set... Could you try it for a potential buyer? I'd like to do a few 1/6th figures both male and female and I feel your figures would be good for it. But I'd rather not spend $30 on models that won't hold position.

Unfortunately i don't know how lose it will be because i don't try to print at it 200% before

A typical 1/6th scale action figure is 30cm. This is 15cm. So print at 200%. But... How loose does that make all the joints if all the tolerances are doubled as well?

the size of all my action figures is 1/12th
if you want it to be 1/6th you must scale it but i didn't try it before so i'm not sur that it will work

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