Aliens P5000 power loader 3D print model
Aliens P5000 powerloader consisting of 145 seperate stl files, the model is drawn at 1/12th scale but this model in the photos is printed at 400% which makes the scale 1/3rd scale and stands at 37inches in height. model is broken down into seperate parts and then again into even more parts to help save on support material being printed, the choice is up to you which way you decide to print. theres a few bits u need to buy to make up the piston shafts aluminium tubing, available only or at good diy shops. Ankle pistons - 5.6mm x 80mm (4) Jaws - 6mm x 240mm (4) Arms pistons - 12mm x 190mm ( 2) Legs pistons - 14mm x 120mm (2) Shoulders - 12mm x 300mm (2) the shoulder and arm cyclinders on the large model have a nut and bolt internal adjustment system inside to allow small changes in posing( there are a series of photos in the photo build folder showing how this is done, but i am available to help if not clear). other items are the silicon tubing for the hydrulic lines - 7mm x 8 mtrs silicon tubing . the flashing light is from this website - https://www.pistenking.com/shop/product_info.php?info=p3_---rotating-beacon-in-1-8.html. the dome is resin printed in clear and painted in tamiya x26 clear orange( i can provide the dome for a cost of £15 + p&p.) the leg padding stl files are provided but i can supply actual rubber padding in 1/3rd scale ( £40 +p&p) other scales can be done depending on size prices can be worked out. A waterslide decal sheet can also be supplied at £10 + p&p. the operator cage is moveable as are the mandables and some movement can be moved by screwing the pistons in or out if thats the way you decide to build, the legs are designed to be glued together as the actual design of the model is theres not enough support to actually have them articulate. the model pistons can also be glued together if you choose to do that way also.