Robot Joints Weapons 3D print model

Moby Fighter Robot with joints and weapons

This new version is even easier to print with a new chest and separate shoulder setup that allows you for better cleaner prints that work better mechanically. It is best to print the lower parts of the body in 100 percent infill and then lower the infill as you print the torso and top parts. This will allow your robot to stand up nicely and improve posing and gameplay! Please stay tuned for more youtube videos and 3D printing tutorials.

note two things:

  1. It is best to use some sort of flexible filament. If the customer does not have it, files should be printed so that clamps are placed horizontally. This way they do not brake.
  2. Getting a perfectly snug fit of the clamps against the ball is practically impossible straight out of the printer (due to minimal changes of the print dimensions depending on the filament type, printer quality etc). That is why customers should test the joint first and then regulate the clamps position by heating them up a bit (in a boiling water or with a heat gun) and bending accordingly.
  • LemonadeCGLemonadeCG
    2017-02-25 20:33
    Hi, did you print it with your hero 101 printer?
    • miaomiao3dmiaomiao3d
      2017-02-26 16:09
      No it was printed on a Zortrax. I had a bad week with my 101 hero because had to learn how to manually level it which was super tedious and difficult. I am also starting to use new and better quality plastic but that also means re learning about temperature and all other settings to figure out how to get it to the same level of quality I was getting before to then bring it to the next level.
    • miaomiao3dmiaomiao3d
      2018-03-09 16:39
      Just wanted to thank everyone for all the views and likes!
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      • Publish date2017-02-25
      • Model ID#697477