Killer Kommando v1.3 - 2.16.2015 - A Better Minifig - Open Source - No Supports!

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Killer Kommando v1.3 - 2.16.2015 - A Better Minifig - Open Source - No Supports! by Tony_D Nov 20, 2014


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Updated 2 Feb 2015:

  • Fixed the floating parts

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Killer Kommando is the next generation of open source minifig.

  • Prints with no support!
  • Basic Body and Basic Combat Kit Included
  • A better minifig
  • Actually looks cool
  • Super Posable
  • Compatible with all of our previous accessories

Everyone wants a better looking open source minifigure.

  • This is only the beginning of this project.
  • Look for compatible accessories marked with the K2 moniker.

Let us know what you think. Love to hear your feedback.


  • Be careful, parts are supposed to be tight at first
  • The face is just a water-slide decal. I'm working on an actual head for the future.

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Tony, nice work! I'm getting ready to print my first set and the "Basic Kit" still has a couple of floating parts. The chest rigs sit on the plate, but the guns don't. Just a heads up! Thanks again for your work.

Feb 14, 2015 - Modified Feb 14, 2015

Excellent figure! Thanks for creating it!

I printed it in black and red ABS without support or a raft, and to ensure that the small pieces would stick well I used a thin layer of Elmer's Purple Glue Stick on top of a heated bed at 105 C covered with PET tape. They came out great.

The pieces fit together very well. The figure keeps its poses nicely. The joints are perfect.

Note that there are still 2 parts that are floating in the air in the K2_v1.2.stl file. You might want to take a second look at that. I fixed it using Blender before printing it.

Thanks for the heads up.

I just went back in and fixed all the floaters. I did a test print from the .stl file and it worked great.

Thanks again for the feedback... It really does help.


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Don't know if it's just me but the two most right front parts are floating in the air.

You were right. They were floating. I fixed it. New file is K2_v1.2. Thanks for your help. TD

Woho !! Your welcome.

I'll check it out... Thanks for the heads up.