by cerberus333, published

RetroBot2 by cerberus333 Mar 18, 2013

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My second entry for the Develop3D robot design contest.
This is inspired by the really silly robots in the 1930's movie serials.
My intent was a robot to hold a sign for
a business card or a placeholder at a party.
I am sure there are lots of similar functions it could be used for.


I printed with 0% infill and 2 shells but had a gap in the top of the torso
and a few loose strings on the under carrige.
If you don't mind cleaning up like i do with ABS/ acetone mix then 0% fill
works well, if you want to use infill it will likely close the gap
Look at the pic on the printer to see the gap
and the pics holding the card are after a 2 minute cleanup with the goop.

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