A version of the Beco Block man with a few revised pieces for better posability and aesthetics. The 'ff' female-female connector piece has been revised to be slimmer, have a tighter fit, and be easier to attach and remove. The 'mfmf' torso piece has been redesigned to have the arms a bit higher up, too.
Download becoman_stl.zip for all of the STL files plus some multi-piece sheets.
When skeinforging, set the number of extra shells to at least 1 to improve strength, at least on the 'f' containing pieces.
Print six of the 'ff_new' pieces (or 3 of the 2xff_new, or just one of the 6xff_new, if your 'bot is up to it). These are for the upper arms and thighs.
One of the m_head (which is not changed from the original Beco), and one of the mmm pelvis block (also unchanged), and one of the mfmf_torso.
Print four mm_new pieces (revised to use bridging to reduce post-print cutting). Use these for the hands and knees.
Print five mf_new pieces, too. Use two for the forearms, one for the lower spine, and the last two for the feet. Cut off a bit of the ball part to make the feet sit flat.
Clip the supports with wire cutters, and attach the blocks together! To improve posability, spin the pieces around in their sockets to smooth out the ABS.