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This is my entry into the Develop ed's Make-a-bot challenge. as yo can see i have a bit of Iron man and Gundam influence in my robot design, but i don't see emulating masters as a bad thing.
as of now this is NOT pose-able. i wanted to have it pose-able, but it just hasn't happened yet.
I hope you enjoy CHARGER!
*note: acronym was found at http://cyborg.namedecoder.com
All the parts are in the plated file, and smushed into a build envelope of 130 mm x 150 mm x 130 mm tall, so it can fit most platforms. my printrbot jr is going to need two goes at it, but still.
the way i have it assembling is with tight tabs that probably should be glued and will need to be sanded down to fit in the holes(I used a dremel to get mine done quick). I like it that way, much less likely for the parts to come back apart, but watch out fro the small arms and kegs trying to pop off the body. I ended up jb welding 1 leg and 1 arm back on.
If anyone has any better ideas on how to assemble it, or add pose-able hinges, please let me know.
C.H.A.R.G.E.R.: Cybernetic Handcrafted Android Responsible for Galactic Exploration and Repair by Jhack82 is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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