Deceptitran from Transformers G1 Episode Sea Change

Deceptitran from Transformers G1 Episode Sea Change 3D print model


he evil slave driving bot from the old G1 episode Sea Change, here's Deceptitran!

With a one-track programmed mind to harvest as much energy out of the native Tlalakans as possible, Deceptitran commands his hordes of evil drones who carry out his every bidding.

With his arms made up of segments of ball-and-socket joints, they can be posed and articulated as much as you like. And they can also be modularly constructed to any lengths as you like!

Deceptitran's underside features a quartet of 5mm rocket booster ports as well as a central display stand port which can fit both 5mm and 3mm display stand pegs.

And coming over to the other ports , these will take effect parts in nicely, so with three or four of the same type of effect parts, you can have him hovering on these flames coming out of his thrusters too!

As a final feature, Deceptitran comes designed with top and bottom body pieces which connect using the provided pegs. So this hollow interior provides a great place to store accessories or effect parts neatly and safely ;)

=== Assembly ===

The attached diagram shows the parts which comprise this build.

The trickiest part to pull off would probably be the segments which make up the arm joints and the hands. Hence, it is recommended to print them on a well-tuned 3d printer with higher infill and resolution settings to make for a well dimensioned and durable part!

=== As always, hope everyone enjoys bringing this somewhat obscure G1 character to life! Happy 3d printing! =)


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Deceptitran from Transformers G1 Episode Sea Change
Custom No Ai License 
Deceptitran from Transformers G1 Episode Sea Change
Custom No Ai License 
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3D Model formats

Format limitations
  • Stereolithography (.stl)10.2 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2022-12-29
  • Model ID#4196492
  • Ready for 3D Printing