Mars Curiosity Rover (Replicator Plate)

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Mars Curiosity Rover (Replicator Plate) by robokid Aug 10, 2012
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The Mars Curiosity Rover assembled for a Replicator Build Plate.

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Thanks for the plate! It is a big time saver 8-)

Printed on a Replicator, no raft required. 25% infill, .2mm layer height, 2 extra shells.

Recommended shells/fill for replicator?

Neat, totally building one!

Thanks! It worked perfectly! Fast print compared to doing all the separate pieces.

Lodorenos, this thing is a rearrangement of the parts from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:27908http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... so you can see the completed rover there. It's very cool!

Most of the plate looks great, but it looks like there's an intersection between one of the 'legs' and the body, though the rest of the plate looks great. If you can rearrange them a bit, I'd LOVE to print this as printing a single plate is way less work than a ton of pieces one at a time.

Mars Curiosity Rover

Thanks! all fixed :)

Excellent, printing!

This looks great, do you have any images of a completed print?