Mascot of Android

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Mascot of Android by mah_digilife Mar 20, 2011
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This is the mascot of Android.
The neck and the arm can be rotated.
The adhesive is unnecessary.


Print out all parts.
And, unite everything!

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Thanks for designing and sharing the Android guy - he's really cool!!

I made on a while ago on my Up! 3D printer and afterwards I painted it green and gave a clear coating. Looking really nice and you don't see the little layers anymore, it's really smooth.

A picture is below, also of some more painted models:

--deleted link (link pointed somewhere else since this company almteq doesn't excist anymore)--

this link leads to a scam

You were right, this company doesn't excist anymore so I guess the domain was taken over or something. I deleted the link..

The Android guy is really cute - but I'm more interested in knowing if you have a link to the wire tray you've put on the front of your bot? That's clever!

Thank you! I found it in the kitchen goods corner of the shop. However, because parts drop from the space, we will recommend you the box type.

Ummmm have you seen this? http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1902http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... you should maybe make this a variation. Great job though!

Lovable Google Android!
by winterg

Hum... I certainly saw it. However, I all made this with OpneSCAD by myself. I should have treated this as the variation?

By the way, the antenna and the foot become tough :)

If you made it yourself I would say it is it's own item. I designed my own too here http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5917http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... and just referenced the the first. Which reminds me I need to update that now that I have it printed :P

Question with yours do the arms actually rotate once assembled? Or are they just positionable?
I did mine with just a block to keep the arms down when held on but I like you idea of positionable ones. :P

Android Guy Box
by lrdfang

Thank you.

They are just positionable.
Joint parts printed out are a little fat.
When it is cut down a little, it is a just size :)

However, holes and joints a little fat more.
It would be more accurate.

This new one is better - it can rotate!

Looks like an independent to me... Derivative is for things that derive X3