Robot Model

by FusionMark, published

Robot Model by FusionMark Jan 11, 2013
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A high detailed robot model I created in Solidworks.

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Printed it! It's going to be a Contemptor Dreadnought in Warhammer 40k. I couldn't post to "I made it" due to the restrictions for this model, but wanted to let you know it turned out good even scaled down a bit.

Printing it now.

This is really fantastic work! I might need to chop this guy up to get the best print, but that shouldn't be too difficult. Dig it!

If you feel like posting the solidworks file, I wouldn't object. =)

Looks neat, but is it printable? It kinda looks like one huge thing, which can't be printed on home 3D printers, just high-end printers. Or am I missing something?