Bender Bending RodrÃguez
by dragonator, published
A fully printable Bender form the Futurama series. Finally, the head is finnished, thanks to some advice in the comments. The design is completely support free.
As for most figurines of series I don't own, no profit is to be made and download it while you can.
I am running short on fast things to design. If you know something cool that can be printed, or have you drawn something that can be printed, feel free to send it to me, if I think it is cool, I will design and print it. (I prefer robot like things because humans are a pain to design in solidworks, I already have a human figurine I'm working on.)
Download and print the files and put them together.
You will need:
-1 head back
-1 head front
-1 right leg
-1 left leg
-2 right arms (they can be mirrored)
Both the arm and the hand design have a raft put into the design.
I printed mine scaled up 1,5 times to make the parts a printable size. the body has a 10% fill and I used no support. The body will be kind of hard to print without support, but it is posible. The arms and legs use no support at all.
Some glue may be needed for connecting the arms to the body and glueing both head halves together. the hands connect to the body by rod or threaded rod of any kind.
(Note that I have printed the parallel universe glorious golden bender, my silver wire sucks so I need to add some things to my machine before I can print it properly in shiny metal, in the mean time, enjoy the glorious gold.)
(Edit, as per request by conseils, I also uploaded the STEP files)
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