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Doctor Who New Series Dalek Body

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Doctor Who New Series Dalek Body by InnovationByLayers Jan 16, 2010

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Based on an idea I got from MakerBlock, I decided to create a Dalek from the 2005 series. I've used drawings from various groups to create it, so it should be to scale. However, I haven't quite worked out how to attach the eye, plunger, and gun yet, so that will hopefully be in a posted update soon. I could use any suggestions on attaching them!

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check thingiverse.com/thing:5262 its the full scale model done in inventor.
Anyone have a STL for the plunger, eyestalk and gun?

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<p>Anyone have a STL for the plunger, eyestalk and gun?</p>

<p>check http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5262 its the full scale model done in inventor.</p>

Doctor Who New Series Dalek Body

<p>I took my makerbot to a pinball gathering and printed out a few of these at 40% scale to get them to print quickly. They printed very nicely with fine detail on my ToM with an MK6+.</p>

<p>So, looking at your printed version I notice there's a lot of striation in the model. Have you tried to eliminate Z axis rod warping? If you can straighten those rods some, it will really help. My own 'bot as a wobble of about .2mm on just one axis - but it is noticeable. Yours looks like it may be slightly more.</p>

<p>Yeah the z axis is definitely warped, I'll look into how to straighten it</p>

<p>You know... as long as we're on the Doctor Who theme... K-9? :)</p>

<p>Dude, InnovationByLayers, THANK YOU!!!<br>Having an army of Daleks (and custom legos) is the reason I got a MakerBot.<br>You've outdone yourself!</p>

<p>So, I've actually given how to print a dalek a lot of thought. If we made a spherical cavity where each of the arms goes and a thin cylndrical cavity in the head, we could make each arm with a small sphere at the end to pop right in and an eye stalk with a thin vertical cylinder at the end to pop into the head.</p>

<p>BTW, I've already skeinforged this and am print it RIGHT NOW.</p>

<p>I thought about doing that, and thats actually how my full size model is assembled, but I have issues printing parts that actually fit together. I think I might just print out the other parts and glue them</p>

<p>Well, I tend to print parts just slightly larger than required and then I can sand down. You have a full size model?! Website? Pics?</p>

<p>(I've printed up about 2cm now...)</p>

<p>full size cad model, when I made this i had to remove a lot of the features so it would print</p>

<p>IBL, any chance of uploading your design files? <br>When I was trying to design a dalek (I basically borrowed several different Google Warehouse samples and was trying to build a single printable model) I wanted to print the head as a separate piece so that I could have it rotate 360 degrees.<br>Thanks,<br>MakerBlock</p>

<p>i joined http://www.projectdalek.com/ and they have a bunch of dimensioned drawings, but I dont think they like it when people post them elsewhere, so you'll have to join the forum, also http://www.projectstreamer.com/users/mimrie/ has videos of how to model the parts (in Cinema 4D, but most of his work can be copied in most cad programs)</p>

<p>EXTERMINATE!!! EXTERMINATE!!!</p>

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