Robot by Tom Craven

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Robot by Tom Craven by Tommy85 Mar 6, 2013
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Robot entry for Develop 3D "design a robot" competition


Please let me know how the prints come out as I don't yet have a 3D printer! Cheers

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Scaled to fit on my printer, printed with supports, missing two solids on the robot's left leg.

Thats strange. The STL files in the image viewer are intact. I have uploaded some more files for people to try, but I dont have a 3D printer yet to try the print for myself.

Sorry that it did not work right for you. Please let me know if this happens again if you try to re-print the robot.


I've uploaded a screen cap of netfabb indicating the area of problem in red. It seems like, though modeled, there may be no geometry connecting leg pieces together.

As far as printing, it will require supports enabled in slic3r.

What design competition is this for?

It is for the Develop 3D 'Design a robot' competition.