Cyber Bunny - King of Tokyo
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Cyber Bunny from the first edition of King of Tokyo. Designed to replace the cardboard cutout that comes with the game. Some assembly required.
There are three options for printing:
- SINGLE - The full model in a single file. This may be very tricky to print.
- FULL (+COMMON) - The model sliced in to few pieces, easier to print, but must be assembled afterwards
- FLAT (+COMMON) - These files are the easiest to print, as overhangs have been minimized, but there's a lot of assembly to do after printing.
If you print the FULL or the FLAT files, you'll need the COMMON files as well.
I printed my parts in ABS, and used ABS slurry to glue the parts together.
The fists are remixed from Tardis Transformer V2 by Ellindsey.
The parts do need to be glued together. If you printed the FLAT parts, start by gluing the two halves of each part together first. Here I used plenty of ABS slurry to make sure any gap between the halves gets filled. Any excess slurry can be cut or filed off once the its is set.
Test fit each part before applying glue; The parts may need minor filing or sanding to fit.
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Cyber Bunny - King of Tokyo by firebirdman is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial - Share Alike license.
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