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Combat Shell

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Combat Shell by rogerharkavy May 29, 2012

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Designed by Ted Terranova, based on a design by Naoyuki Katoh. For the full story, see https://sites.google.com/site/combatshell/

There are four versions of the model: in 35mm and 70mm, and with or without a large rock base.

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i tried and it couldnt print the right arm, since its upon in the air. how did u print it??

Guess you printed these with Shapeways?

Yes. I've had the best results with White, Strong, Flexible
amp; Polished and Stainless Steel.

Ok. Then I see it as a challange to print it on my home printer ;-) It looks awesome, and I don't think my prints will capture the details of the model. But I want to try :D

Please post the results when you do!

Ofcourse I will. I just took a quick look at the model, and I noticed a few things. For our personal 3D printers there are a few things that make printing easier.

First off, your model is very very high detailed, the polygon count is extreme compared to what we're used to. This can cause problems, but mostly it means it takes a very long time to generate the printing code for it.

Secondly, the model contains intersecting parts, and a few holes. For our sof
tware to work best the model needs to be "booleaned" together as a single mesh, without holes.

Just tips. Because the model already looks awesome.

Yeah, the original intent was to design an STL for uploading to Shapeways. We should also do one that a Makerbot Replicator would be able to handle. Thanks!