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Customizable Robot Keychain
by cliftonium, published
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A little posable robot keychain. Although you could really hang it off of anything.
The parameters are pretty straight forward. You can control the length of all of the limbs and their parts. The height and width of the torso can be changed. You can also rotate the limbs and position them in any way you would like. The claw values are 0-100. It is the percentage open.
The circle to attach the keychain (or whatever else) can be moved. Make sure that it is attached because it is possible to move outside the bounds of the object. The cutout parameter also allow it to cut a hole right through the object so that you can position it anywhere within the model.
There is also a world scale to control the overall scale.
Something not working or you think something is missing? Leave it in the comments below.
Also i don't have a 3d printer at home (as of yet) so if things need to be changed in order to create a more successful print again feel free to leave it in the comments.
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