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Windup Automated Mausoleum for Nearly Dead Oversized Interstellar Jarheads

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"Dread not! Redemption is close at hand! Death is not the end. For you are chosen to rise and fight again among your brothers.Our greatest heroes and protectors risen to once to battle those who would wish to defeat us. And be he noble and great in his action after death, may he continue to do good works for centuries to come.

A greater merging of man and machine has never been done. Metal forged by the greated hands and methods truly inspired from greatness above. And the man formed and trained in the image of Him. Together they shine as a masterpiece of both great beauty and horrible wrath.

But at what cost? Who shall pay for such an extravagant method of internment? That payment is made by the individual who had already sacrificed their soul for the sake of the masses. If only each of us could be so lucky to be chosen in such a manner."

This toy is not recommend for anyone less than 300 year old. Excessive winding or a weak spring may cause premature failure. Any use in a manner other than the intended one, is wholly unacceptable and not condoned. Any warranties, implied or otherwise, are null and void as soon as possession is taken.

Authors notes:
This was modeled from scratch, by hand from the ground up. I tried to maintain proportions and details to be very close to original designs. I also tried to maintain a very high degree of poseability. I tried to position parts for FDM printing such that the supported faces will not show easily. Assembly is made easier with short pieces of 1.75mm filament as alignment guides. This one was printed at 0.08mm layers but the model still looks pretty good at 0.2mm layers. I have not yet modeled the gatling cannon or the rocket pod. Not sure when I will get to them.

Remixed the upper left arm piece allowing for more poseability.

Chaingun is now available.

The base in the photos is here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3374712
The vehicle in the first photo is here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2639135

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3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: STL Folder details Close
    • Print-ArmElbowLeft.stl
    • Print-ArmUpperLeft.stl
    • Print-ArmUpperRight.stl
    • Print-BackpackHoseLeft.stl
    • Print-BackpackHoseLeft_001.stl
    • Print-CalfL.stl
    • Print-CalfR.stl
    • Print-Fist.stl
    • Print-FistFlamer.stl
    • Print-FistFlamerNozzle.stl
    • Print-FistFlamerTubes.stl
    • Print-FistGun.stl
    • Print-FistGunBarrel.stl
    • Print-FistGunBelt.stl
    • Print-FootL.stl
    • Print-FootR.stl
    • Print-HipL.stl
    • Print-HipPistonL.stl
    • Print-HipPistonR.stl
    • Print-HipR.stl
    • Print-Key.stl
    • Print-PelvisL.stl
    • Print-PelvisR.stl
    • Print-PlasmaFlasks.stl
    • Print-PlasmaFront.stl
    • Print-PlasmaMid.stl
    • Print-PlasmaRearLower.stl
    • Print-PlasmaRearUpper.stl
    • Print-ShoulderArmorL.stl
    • Print-ShoulderArmorR.stl
    • Print-ShoulderL.stl
    • Print-ShoulderR.stl
    • Print-ThighL.stl
    • Print-ThighR.stl
    • Print-TorsoBottom.stl
    • Print-TorsoL.stl
    • Print-TorsoR.stl
    • Print-TorsoTop.stl

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  • Last update: 2019/06/24 at 10:20
  • Publication date: 2019/06/20 at 16:05

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9 comments

i cant access the file for the shoulders. any help would be awsome.

Is there a presupported variation of this available somewhere? I love the look of this model, by the way!

Sorry, no. I modeled it long time before I had access to a resin printer.

That was for a piece of 1.75mm filament for alignment as that was the only type of printer I had at the time.

Hello, I've got a missing part question as well, specifically the bolt that goes through hip and hip piston L/R? I don't see it as a part but it looks like the makes have it filled in?

yeah, the pelvis files are difficult to see. ;-) but if you know what you looking for you can recognize them. took me about 5 minutes to find them.
But that's not my point. I just wanted to thank you for this really great work. everythings fits perfects and it looks really awesome. neither had to scale anything. i wasn't sure about that so i asked some people before i printed it but everythings is on actual size. 5 Stars * * * * *

You're looking for the PelvisR and PelvisL, both are in there.

The Part(s) which Connect the Torso to the Legs. It's the fourth Picture of the single parts above. Looked through the Files at least 3 times. Would be awesome If you could provide that. What is it called?

I looked though the files and it looks like all the pelvis, hip, and thigh pieces are there. Which specific piece are you missing?

Great model, but it seems like the hip middle part is missing? Can't finish it


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