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Giant Lego Batman

by mattk007, published

Giant Lego Batman by mattk007 May 7, 2013
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Na na na na na na na na na na Batman....

Following the success of the Giant Lego Darth Vader - the natural successor was this... Batman!

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Print all the parts - No support required, although some trimming necessary.
Press together - may need some glue for the arm and leg pins.
Use the template to cut out the cape from some material.
Done!

UPDATE: Now with Snap appendages courtesy of Skimbal
Added a Hollow Helmet option for use with Lego head, and also a Batman of the Future helmet.

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Started printing the legs, but how do you print the hips without support? Do you rotate it or print as the photo with support?

Hi,
You'll see there's a front/Back side to the hips that is flat. Print with that side down.
I managed alright without support, but had to manually fix the pins with a bit of heat from a lighter.
works better with support.

just printed the hips are not snug with the body, will have to super glue i guess

how do the pins work? the large diameter on one end of the pins is too large to fit into the holes in the arm and the leg.

The arm pins fit from the inside of the body and then poke out. The arms should then push on. The legs fit onto the pegs that are part of the hips. I've done the body and arms but haven't printed the hips yet.

making each piece build plate sized now!

any shot at Green Lantern?

Printing in 2 sizes HUGE and medium any chance on Joker or robin?

Any chance on that Joker or Robin?

I would suggest changing the arm and leg pins to lay down instead of stand up. That will make them MUCH stronger when printed in a FDM printer. You'll need to change the circle heads to more of a 1/2 moon design, but they still do the trick.

Done :-)

Nice! Haven't printed a number of bigger lego figures, I can attest to the benefit!

NICE! Now... I need more black filament!

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