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Doctor Who - 5.5" scale Quark action figure

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Doctor Who - 5.5" Scale Quark from 'The Dominators'
Designed by Troy Ryan Wood and the 3D Printing Doctor Who Project
Not for commercial release. All rights belong to the BBC.

Creative Commons License:
Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike
CC BY-NC-SA

Free to print and tinker with, but if I see ANYONE selling these figures for profit or trying to pass them off as licensed Character Options merchandise, I will immediately pull all designs for this and my other Doctor Who figures past and future.

Please visit https://www.3dprintingdoctorwho.com for detailed assembly and painting instructions and for a complete list of all the 100% FREE Doctor Who action figures you can download and print at home! If you are interested in seeing what I'm working on next, please follow the 3D Printing Doctor Who project on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/3DPrintingDoctorWho/
https://www.youtube.com/c/TroyWood3DPrintingDoctorWho
https://www.instagram.com/troyryanwood/

3D printing settings

STL files are split into subfolders for PLA and SLA printing, depending on whether you have a regular filament printer or resin printer. There are several optional extras, including hexagonal background walls and the Dominators' atomic drill.

PLA Parts are designed for snap together assembly and require removal of frame structure with an xacto blade. For maximum structural integrity I recommend printing the head and limbs at 100% fill. Several of the design elements, like the eye tubes in the head, will not come out on a filament printer and will look blobby or like little sticks.
If having a printing service print this for you, you will probably need to tell them that you're aware that it won't print exactly as in the design.

SLA Parts require 1/16" (1.57mm) brass rods for joint assembly. These can be found in most craft stores, but you can substitute a toothpick or thin wire coathanger if necessary. A tube of UV craft resin is also recommended to seal the holes where the rods need to be inserted prior to painting and assembly.

For maximum authenticity, print the body out of grey resin and the head and drill segments clear.

  • 3D file format: ZIP
  • Last update: 2020/06/08 at 01:38
  • Publication date: 2017/12/29 at 08:27

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