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Articulated Power Robot Not Dino Megazord No Support

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Fully Articulated Power Robot not Dino Megazord, Android Game Version. Files have been checked in slicer software and 100%work:

-24 cm tall (1:170)
-Easy to print
-No Support
-No Screw
-Separated Pieces
-Easy to Assemble
-Most join are ball join some are swivel join
-Best default print orientation for best and strenght result

Tools you need:
-Cutter
-Super Glue
-Sand Paper

IMPORTANT TIP:
-Print ball joint part using PETG material for maximum strength
-Use Super Glue or Nail Polish to tighten the joins for long term use:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wuw5QdK_L88
-For finishing touch:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vgynnYzo08

Point of Articulation:

-Head:360°rotation, 30° Up, 10 ° Down
-Shoulders join at the chest and can move inward
-Shoulders 360° rotation up and down
-Chest Join, 15° up,15° down
-Waist swivel 90° left and right
-Double jointed elbow
-Wrist swivel 360°
-Thigh join 90° Front, 45° back, 90° outward
-Thigh swivel 45°
-Double jointed knee 100° back
-Ankle tilt, 30° inward, 10° outward, 15° Up, 30° Down, 10° left, 10° right
-Updated hand with articulated fingers

Note: comment if you got any errors. Thanks and Enjoy

3D printing settings

Sample Print Setting:
Nozzle: 0.4mm
Layer: 0.1mm
Filamen: Esun PLA+
Temperature: 205°C
Speed: 40/s
Skin/top/bottom: 0.8mm
Infill: 40%

  • 3D model format: STL

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Any plans to make a Dragonzord in this scale?

Design is simply amazing. Joints....not so much.....

Trim down the rounded section (uper part of the neck) leave it about half a millimeter and trim the tip slightly inward then push it into the head.

I love the model but I'm already having a problem with joints. I trimmed down the piece that you insert the neck "hinge" into and made it fit, but I don't see any way that I'm going to be able to fit the neck into the head.......Am I missing something or is there a trick to insert and twist that makes it fit?

You can trim it with cutter or sand it. @andrewD2

I love this model (currently printing parts). One thing I've noticed is the tolerance for the "pin" style connectors seems to be off. I have to force and force and file for those and they just don't want to go in. Any suggestions appreciated.

Awesome! Now, if it had been Voltron (Golion), it would've been an instant purchase for me! :)

Fantastic creation!

This one is really amazing!! 🤖