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I modeled the walking hammers from the 1982 Pink Floyd movie "The Wall". I Cut the model in several parts for printability. I cut the handle parts in a way that can be printed in the red and black colors if you happen to have the materials for it. I used transparent PLA and painted them with airplane model's paint.
I also used some glue to be sure the part is solid enough. This is my first design with parts that are assembled together and i had some trouble with the tolerances of my printer. Be sure to read the instructions where I explain how to scale this correctly and some other stuff.
As of yet, it doesn't stand by itself, i had to put in some paper wedges. I will try to design some "shoes" so that it stands nicely.
This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://tinkercad.com/things/aPhYIgBKEs4
I designed the hammers way to small so you have to scale it on your slicer software. I used 175%. All of the parts should be scaled EXCEPT THE PF_HAMMER_UNITE. This one is alread made to match the 175% scale, if you use a different size, you should use a different piece to join them. It should not be hard to design one on tinkercad.
The tolerances on my Prussa i3 are not so good, and I believe this changes with different layer heights. I used a layer height of about 0.3mm and with the current design i still had to sand some parts to make it all fit nicely.
Let me know if you have trouble printing and or if you have some modifications and recommendations. I was able to assemble the parts together after some sanding, so maybe you should be ready to do some post-processing too.
2x pf_hammer_body (scale 175%)
2x PF_hammer_tail (scale 175%)
2x PF_hammer_head (scale 175%)
2x PFhammer handle (scale 175%)
4x PF_hammer_tail_joiners (scale 175%)
The Hammers from Pink Floyd's "The Wall" by The_LCD_No_No is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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