SkullBot 001 - via 3DKToys
by 3DKitbash, published
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***Leg Files Updated: 3/13/2016 - Modified to increase socket durability.
SkullBot (#SkullBot) is a newly discovered, residual of the #QuinSaga Wars. ...We're still unclear on how he was created but it looks as if a scrapped #RukiBot was reassembled with some human remains. ...Dark, grim, and mysterious we hope that this new creature will become more friend, than foe.
- Claw features a 5mm grip! - He holds many Transformer weapons!
- Designed to have parts rearranged! - Spider-Skull, anyone?
- Arms rotate at wrists!
- Features 3DK Spin ports... This allows you to rotate the Utility Pins in their ports.
We at 3DKToys (3DKitbash) developed SkullBot to say thanks to the communities of the various 3D printer websites for letting us know that some of our items had been placed on EBay without permission. Your attention and care for how IP is handled within and around the 3D printing communities is greatly appreciated by 3DK, and we wanted to make something fun for everyone to show our thanks. You all really do help us stay afloat. Thank you all. ~ Natalie and Quincy
If you like SkullBot and are interested in the rest of the QuinSaga line, please visit http://www.3dkitbash.com.
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