Lovable Google Android!

by winterg, published

Lovable Google Android! by winterg Feb 26, 2010

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I\'ve noticed that there are alot of Google Android related stuff on Thingiverse (G1 docks and such) so I have 3D modeled the lovable Google Android so that all of you Google fans may print and display your commitment to the open source smartphone movement! (Or print it just for kicks... I\'m actually a Iphone user Sigh.) Anywho, here it is!

PS: If you haven\'t figured it out, the Google Android Guy is a logo created and shared by Google. My 3D model is a 3D reproduction of the logo and is shared with the world according to the terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License as defined by Google. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/


  1. Fire up the 3D printer!

  2. Print out head. (Be careful when printing out the Antennas, they tend to come out bent/sloppy/blobular)

  3. Print out the body.

  4. Print out both arms and trim the pegs on the arms down to size so that they fit snuggly into the holes on either side of the Android body. (A little super glue would probably not be a bad idea (Just in case.)

  5. Place head on top of body, return Android in upright position and prepare for landing.

  6. Celebrate and display proudly! :)

Bonus step for awesome people: Take a picture of your Android and upload it to Thingiverse!

Happy Printing!!!

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Hey, the arms need support right?

"... and, in fact, Android Hell is a real place, where you will be sent at the first sign of defiance."

Love it! Want one! :D

Awsome! Need to get some green plastic for this.
This would look really good in green PLA:
For now I will just have to paint it.

I'm going to try to make one with less material, if I get it working, I'll post a derivative. Looks great though!

Printed the head, It took 40 Min. on my makerbot

Congrats! How'd it come out?