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WH40K Adeptus Mechanicus

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WH40K Adeptus Mechanicus by Inquisitor Aug 20, 2012
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Symbol for the Imperial techpriests of the machine god, the Adeptus Mechanicus

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My printer is temporarily out of action, so I haven't printed this yet.

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I designed this in Google Sketchup. I don't know of any plugins that will produce a DXF file, sorry.

Cool design... any chance of also posting a DXF file of same for us poor laser cutter techies? thx

i printed this on a solidoodle 2. the left part of the circle came out too thin and the left half half of the skull ( the robotic part) came out a bit jumbled. the right half and the gears all look great.

Yeah, I had to run the STL through Netfabb. A lot of the sides have the wrong face out.

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