K2SO inspired Head

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K2SO inspired Head by NordwickDesign Jan 16, 2017
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Robot head inspired by K2S0, Printed at 20x scale to get pictured size.
See collection "Robot inspired by K2SO" by NordwickDesign for all the parts.

Check this out. This model was used in a K2SO full scale puppet shown on Tested.

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Had to get the scaling explained to me and I thank my friend for this.
S3d drops the head on the table and its tiny. S3d says scaling is 100%.
Multiply this by 42.5 and the scaling was 4250%
Now it looks correct on the table to me.
Thank you for these files my family will enjoy having K2 in the house. Now a lot of printing! Yea!

hello I am having alot of problems assembling the area behind the nose as regard to heights and levels of the little boxes and what should be flush with what do you have a better diagram or image I could see this many thanks

Great file, I hope the Tested video is bringing people to see your work. K-2SO is done now and his head even survived a 7' fall onto pavement!

Thanks for the comment. Let me know if you need something else modeled for future projects maybe I can help you out.


Can you verify the scale for each of these parts? I have read through the comments but I want to make sure I am printing at the proper scale to get it 1:1 (full scale life size)

  • Head: 42.5x
  • For all the other parts (legs, arms, torso, hands etc): 4.25x

Thank you!!

Are you using s3d?
How do you do the scaling?

Correct but that is a lot of plastic.

For 1:1 printing ! What must i scale Up ?
Thanx and great Job

For a full scale life size of this print it would be 42.5x. You will probably have to break it into print size pieces.
This was the first part I uploaded and I had to learn from it.

For the other parts it would only be 4.25x.


So I just made some parts "as-is" with S3D telling me to change it to millimeters and it popped up nicely on the plate. Do you mean that the other parts need to be scaled manually for them to be printed as the same scale as this part?

Suggested scale for head is 20x. suggested scale for all other parts is 2x.
Sorry about that the head was the first item that I shared here.

Found out I've got my K2SO printed in 25.4x the original files. It's a lot more effort/plastic but heck at least he'll be 'special' :)


The rest of the parts will be 2x.
The 20x was part of my learning curve on sharing files with others. sorry.

Thanks :) Deleting my other post. Very impressed

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Will you post the rest of K2SO?

I'm working on and posting one new part of k2so each week.

at what scale do u put it as?

I scaled it up to 20% as well.

My printer pulled it in at 1/10 the scale I drew it at so I printed it at 20x scale to get the pictured result.
You may want to try different scales to see what size you like.

when opened the files are so tiny you can't see them? how on earth do you scale that? ;)

20% larger