Zeroid vs Cube
by cleartree, published
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I watched Terrahawks British Sci-Fi television series on TV as a kid and always wanted to have my own Sergeant Major Zero puppet. Such toy was not available to me in the nearby toy shops. So now, as a big kid I made myself one, together with it's enemy Cube. It is sometimes used as stress ball on my office desk, and is a good conversation starter.
You will also find attached model of the cube, so 3D print as many as you like and go stage some attack!
To avoid rolling away zeroid from my desk, I printed variant which has flat surface on the bottom. Round and flat versions are attached so pick any you like.
I decided to share design for anyone who enjoyed the show. if you have not seen Terrahawks yet, there are some clips on youtube so please do!
Orientate model so that Zeroid eyes point upwards. This gave me nice finish on the face, but somewhat rough on the back side because it is not easy to print nice round ball. Make sure to allow 3D printer to use a lot of support to get nice finish of the back side.
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