Mech City: Construction Mech
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Mech City is a line of cute mecha, accessories, vehicles and playsets that you can 3D print! The Construction Mech set includes the Mech as well as accessories for the Mech to use or share with other sets to combine in different ways. The Mech City Construction Crew is on the job and ready to build all your roads and structures in Mech City.
This set includes the following:
- Construction Crew (6 Mech City People)
- arms (right and left)
- fuel tank back pack
- tread legs
- Construction Gun
- CraneHalf (print 2)
- Clobber Fist
The Clobber Fist can be used like brass knuckles on the Mech, or can be combined with the spanner, 2 crane halves, and Construction Gun for a Wrecking Ball weapon for the Mech. The Wrecking Ball crane can also be used with the Tank Tread vehicle from the Vehicle pack as a Construction Crane.
- The head/canopy, and construction workers should use supports, but all the other parts will print support free *
I've test printed the parts with the following settings:
- Material: ABS
- layer height: 0.18mm
- Fill: 20%
- temp: 250 (bed: 110)
- speed: 50
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