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Cyberman by 7777773 Apr 22, 2012
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Cyberman. Cyberman. Does whatever a Cyber can.


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CM.stl is the original Cyberman.
CybermanCL.stl has the Cybus Industries logo from InnovationByLayers

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This is awesome. Is there any non STL files you are willing to share. I would like to make some changes (more advanced joints) but would rather not work with the STL if at all possiable?

Awesome. Must split this up into parts with pin peg joints! Posable cybermen!

Not a bad plan... I'll admit I've been playing with using your connectors to try and make this into an action figure, but it doesn't work yet

If you, make sure you use seperately printed pegs printed horizontally. Building the pegs into the parts is not a good idea. :) You might need to make each part kinda big to fit the holes - but that just makes it more awesome!

That makes a lot of sense. Thanks!