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Ankly Robot - 3d Printed Assembled

by Shira, published

Ankly Robot - 3d Printed Assembled by Shira Jul 12, 2017

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Summary

Articulated Robot design. His name es Ankly
It is printed articulated, without need of later assembly.
A challenge for your printer, you must adjust it well to be able to print it since the tolerances for the joints are minimal.
Once printed it is necessary to review and remove the small supports of the piece.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkAjQNrZWSM

You will find two files one at 100% in size and another at 80%.
( 100% size it is easier to get good results)


On request I added file without supports (100 size Ankly without supports.stl). With this file it is necessary to add supports to be printed.


Author: http://www.soniaverdu.es/

Print Settings

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.2

Infill:

20% to 100% size


Notes:

To print at 80% of its size, I recommend choosing file "80 little puppet Ankly.stl"
Layer Height: 0.16mm
Wall thickness: 1.2mm
Infill density: 40%
Wall speed: 35mm/s
Infill speed: 60mm/s

Laminate with Cure

Post-Printing

Puppet Robot

As the joints have little friction, it is possible to construct a puppet.
If on the other hand you want to add friction, you can put liquid latex on the joints.

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hard to get the wrists to rotate with a smaller sized print. otherwise breaks looks fairly easily and with some working becomes quite moveable

I had this problem with robot's feet. Do you have a stl file of the parts seperate?

Que guapo!! Enhorabuena!! Intentaré imprimirlo a ver que tal queda ;)

Que bien ! Gracias

Como todo lo que haces, espectacular. Voy a tratar de imprimirlo a ver que tal!

Genial!! espero ver la impresión. Muchas gracias

Can you make a version without support? I'd like to see if my slicer can do a better job, especially around the hips.

"100 size Ankly without supports.stl" I have removed all supports. Good luck with the file!

I wanted to ask for the same thing. Thank you.

Jul 12, 2017 - Modified Jul 12, 2017

Please repair the files. Both files are corrupted. In addition, at a height of 4 mm (80% version) in the pelvic region, the parts are exposed to air. Therefore, support is needed. The version of 100% does not apply to the table on the first layers.

Jul 12, 2017 - Modified Jul 12, 2017
Shira - in reply to Sadhaka

Please try with this file "100 size for Slic3r.stl", try if it is ok in Slic3r
Thanks

Both STL's aren't manifold and can't be sliced in Slic3r. Parts of the body disappear.

Jul 12, 2017 - Modified Jul 12, 2017
Shira - in reply to mrvanes

Please try with this file "100 size for Slic3r.stl", try if it is ok in Slic3r
Thanks

This version is manifold and slices correctly in Slic3r. Thx! Will post make if I succeed in printing ;)

Thanks!!

Chulísimo el diseño. Me lo apunto para imprimir y ya contaré a ver como sale. Muchas gracias :)

Gracias!!! Espero que salga bien. Lleva bastante tiempo de impresión.

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