Mech City: Equipment Pack
by WuLongToys, published
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Mech City is a line of cute little mecha with tiny pilots, accessories, vehicles, and playsets! This is the first Expansion Set and includes accessories to go with the mecha.
- Gatling Gun
- Shield Generator shoulder attachment
- Missile Pod
- Riot Shield
- "Cleaver" sword
- A Boat
A boat?? The boat has ports in it to allow the pilots to sit in it but it can also be used as a weapon by the mechs ala Pacific Rim :D All the Mech City parts are based around an 8mm post system so parts can easily be combined in different ways!
All the parts were test printed on a Lulzbot Mini in ABS using the following specs:
layer height: 0.3mm
Outer shell: 3mm
Print speed: 50
Temp: 250 (110 bed)
Note: The Gatling Gun and the Riot Shield both use the equipGrip so you'll need to print 1 for each of those items.
Also, the connection points for the Gatling Gun required some sanding and a bit of thumb strength to snap together. Once in, I've removed it a couple times but it always makes me nervous.
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