Articulated Action Figure

Articulated Action Figure 3D print model


An articulated Action Figure with superhero proportions.

This highly articulated figure features a muscular physique with a realistic anatomy so it can be used for various custom figures or for reference for drawings.

Features: The figure features 28 points of articulation with pinless joints. The figure fits within average 1:12 scale figures but can be scaled up to 1:6 scale witout a problem. Printing larger will make assembly easier. The figure comes with interchangeable hands and will feature FREE upgrade parts as I make further improvements to it.

PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS to avoid unnecessary problems.

The parts have all been inspected with Meshmixer and are all manifold and watertight, but Lychee slicer tends to give warning about holes in some parts of the figure. If you get a warning, simply click Repair 3D model and you'll be good to go.

Assembly instructions: When assembling the figure, please heat up the parts before joining them to avoid breaking and/or tearing. Some parts are small and thin and might break if you force them together without heating them up beforehand. Various resins behave in different ways and your exposure settings also factor in. Overexposing your resing will make the parts more difficult to fit together. If that is the case, you can sand the parts a bit before joining them.

Example: when snapping elbow joint with biceps, heat up the biceps with a hair dryer or by soaking the part for about 30 seconds in hot water and then gently push the elbow joint in. When the pieces have snapped together, hold the joint until the resin has cooled off and settled tightly around the joint. Do not move the joint before the resin has had time to settle completely.

The figure durability will greatly depend on the type and quality of resin you use. I suggest using a higher quality resin such as ABS like so that printed parts will have more strength. The parts have the greatest resistance to breaking or tearing if you use a mix of ABS like resin with a flexible resin in 80:20 ratio.

If you find the joints too tight, feel free to lubricate them using silicone oil, machine oil or even regular motor oil :D A small drop will be enough to lubricate the joints without making them loose.

Disclamer: The files do not come with supports or proper orientation for 3D printing.

Conditions: You cannot mass produce and sell the 3D printed object. You cannot resell, distribute, reward or gift digital 3D models created with the help of the files sold in this post on online marketplace stores, 3D print stores for digital models, other online stores for digital 3D models, Patreon, Kickstarter, or any other public or private chats, groups on any social media platforms or in any other way.

Not recommended for children. The figure contains small parts that are choking hazards.

alainoblink 2024-04-07 22:07:39 UTC
Can this be printed on a normal extruder printer or is it just for resin printers ?
thezakon 2024-04-08 07:03:50 UTC
Hi. Yes, you can print it on an extruder printer. Some parts like pins for hands and feet are really small so you'll have to use your finest settings for those. I have a 2.0 figure with updated articulation and that figure has larger pins so it might be easier to print. If possible, use filament which has a bit of flexibility to it. I believe PLA+ also works great. But be sure to heat the parts before fitting them together.
hartsz 2024-02-22 20:51:00 UTC
is it possible to print in resin?
thezakon 2024-02-23 08:08:21 UTC
Hey there! Yes, of course you can print in resin :)
kitfisto10474 2024-02-02 20:19:13 UTC
can i use this model in blender to add different heads and outfits?
thezakon 2024-02-02 20:23:53 UTC
Hi! Yes, you can modify the figure for your personal use. Selling files of the modified figure is not allowed however.
kitfisto10474 2024-02-02 20:26:28 UTC
oh hell yeah, thanks for the rlly fast response btw. i also have no plans to sell anything, i just got a new 3d printer
thezakon 2024-02-02 20:27:41 UTC
My pleasure :) I'd love to see what you make.
kitfisto10474 2024-02-02 20:19:13 UTC
can i use this model in blender to add different heads and outfits?
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ismail-gucluoglu 2024-02-25 12:39:36 UTC
If you are using an SLA printer, you should definitely use flexible resin. I failed because I used inflexible resin. I will try to give information when I try it with flexible resin. The model looks really great. Thanks
Articulated Action Figure
Royalty Free No Ai License 
Articulated Action Figure
Royalty Free No Ai License 
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3D Model formats

Format limitations
  • Stereolithography (.stl) (33 files)654 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2023-04-02
  • Model ID#4407434
  • Ready for 3D Printing