GizmoDuck, aka RoboDuck , or maybe just Fenton Crackshell as his Mom knows him is one unlikely hero.
30% Robocop, 30% R2D2, and 30% Duck somehow make 100% hero.
Posable and free standing when complete!
Use him to protect your DuckBurg, money bin, or just be a friend.
Warning! Only feed this heavily armored duck stale bread from a safe distance.
I will promote and REWARD the first person to post a make (must enable tips on your profile for reward)
Update! MrWongster https://www.thingiverse.com/make:597743 was the winner of this things "First Make Award" check out their page for some truly outstanding makes.
If this proves popular, I will work on a version with gadgets and gizmos coming out of the panels just like in the show. So Please post your makes, hit like, and provide feedback in the comments.
Thank you and enjoy!
.2mm layer height or better
Polyalchemy Elixir pla
The better your layer resolution the better the panels, buttons, face, and gadgets will look. .2mm looks ok as shown in my pictures but .16mm or better help make some details really pop.
Head, arms, and Legs need support set to "Everywhere", body can be done with support set to "touching buildplate"
The pegs are meant to be a snug but secure fit, I have tried on a few printers now and things friction fit well without spending any time sanding pegs after removing support (designed with about .4 mm clearance) if you have trouble getting things to fit you can scale up the body a little to improve the fit
Files "should" load pre-oriented for best results with strong pegs, minimal support and rough areas hidden on back side, however depending on your slicer, some programs may rotate the files by swapping z and y so look at the examples above in "thing view" to get an idea of how best to position them on your print bed
Careful removing supports around the deely bobber on the head, everything else remove as normal.
Scanned using the Einscan SP, then altered, enhanced, and optimized in Meshmixer, and Tinkedcad
Gizmo's Wheel is remixed from FPV_Pilot's Tire www.thingiverse.com/thing:2792224
I can not take full credit for this design as it is heavily based off of the beautiful Funko Disney Afternoon Figure, if you want to skip the print and own a high quality Gizmoduck buy the Funko Disney Afternoon, Gizmoduck figure.