Robot woman "Robotica"
by Shira, published
Her name is Robotica.
I do not know if my profession is to design, paint or modeling. But Robotica has a little bit of everything.
Robotica is an articulated doll. The pieces are joined by elastic cords is all it takes to build once you have printed the pieces. (She wears the same system to steady my little robot http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:555242 )
You can see here as the doll is assembled: http://youtu.be/jnswThHyEy0
More of my artistic works here: http://www.soniaverdu.es/
Is time for giving and sharing, so ...
I have shared this doll without rights to market, but if you are interested in selling it, you can write me, I will give you the authorization to do so you only have to donate 10% of sales price to a charity. I help this foundation http://www.hopesanddreams.org/ , http://www.africadirecto.org or http://quissos.org but you can choose whether you prefer to help with that 10% to other foundations of your country or another in which you have confidence. That is my condition.
If you do not want to sell her I hope you enjoy it !!!
You can choose a head with eyes to print, or eyeless head (this can paint easily and move your eyes, you can hold them with some kind of clay)
I recommend printing oh highest quality for good fitment. No need material support should be needed.
The elastic cord that best fits the figurine is 3mm in diameter.
Layer height(mm): 0.1
botton/top, Shell thickness(mm): 1.2 It is important for delicate parts of the hands and legs
Fill density%: 15
Print speed(mm/s): 40
Interior Support : none . But brim is important as there are only some little spots touching the buildplate, in all except the feet piezs.
I've printed pla 210º (c)
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