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AT AT by androidcooper Mar 19, 2013
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Response to the Make a 'Bot' develop 3d competition 2013. The AT AT from STAR WARS. Made for the Toyota STEM Challenge for my team the King's Boys Strike Back! Please leave a comment if you like it, and tell me how i could improve!

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I am printing it now at a 45 degree angle, will post results.

Nice model man! It deserve the feature!

Or as the reporters called it, it's an @@!

what program do u have used

I used solid works.

Is this object even printable as is? I would tend to think the head (and other pieces) will sag and fall right off during the printing. Has this been tested?

Unfortunately, this design has not been tested as my school only allows one free print and I have used it. If your 3D printer has support material then I think it should hold up the head, but I am not sure. This was only intended to be a model to look at on the computer and didn't think it would be this popular.
Sorry for any inconvenience,

I tried printing it and the main problem I had was that the legs are not strong enough and they break too easily. I printed it in ABS on an UP printer.