Android Robot (3 parts)

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Android Robot (3 parts) by SandroRopelato May 2, 2013
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An Android model split into three parts so it is printable without support structure.


Printed in PLA plastic on an Ultimaker.
Sliced with Cura using the following settings:

  • Layer height: 0.1 mm
  • Wall thickness: 0.8 mm
  • Fill density: 30 %
  • Print speed: 50 mm/s
  • Print temperature: 220 °C
  • Support structure: None

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Very nice. Prints well. Thank you! :)

Printed with ABS and has an issue with the arm supports sticking to the build plate. I feel like a slightly wider base which tapers up would help with that. The arms ended up still printing but with a bunch of webb on the bottom.

are the width of the legs the same as the holes underneath the body?

Yes, they're exactly the same size. You might, however, have to drill them a little larger so the legs fit in easier, depending on the accuracy of the print.

Looks good. I have it printing now. Let's see how it goes.