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Leonardo Robot

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Leonardo Robot by jrombousky Feb 7, 2010

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This is the Leonardo Robot. I based his measurements off the ideal measurements of a human to try and give him realistic proportions. Enjoy printing.

Watch the Youtube about it here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpOzboVMsUw

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Print - Strike a pose.

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This one didn't use any screws. All of the hinges use 3mm plastic filament as the pin. You may have to drill out the holes depending on the settings of your printer.

When I ran these stl files through skeinforge, it said the objects were off around -600 (rather than centered about 0). Weird?

My sketchup when exporting .stl files for some reason keeps the coordinates. So wherever I had the model in my .skp file is where the .stl file is. Even though they are centered weird skeinforge fixes is for me. I haven't had a problem with it yet. Good luck.

VERY cool. Reminds me of some lego "robot" kits from a few years ago. http://www.robotoys.com/st_prod.html?p_prodid=1143http://www.robotoys.com/st_pro...
Do the hinges stick together or do you use filament?
Thanks!

I really like this model, nice work!

Cool lego toys, but the inspiration I had for this was a paper robot from:
http://www.paperrobots1999.com/model01.htmlhttp://www.paperrobots1999.com...

Yeah I used filament for the hinges, it holds together pretty well with it.

Oh right, if you are printing the torso, watch out for the overhangs on the shoulders. I held up the filament as it was printing with a nail file so it would print flat without much warping.

Good luck.

That's a great site. BTW, I'm trying out your gcode right now...

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