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Light sanding, some superglue and Tamiya paints. Not bad for a 60mm tall Robotech Invid.
I tried to get this printed on Shapways and it would "NOT" even show "could" be printed. Do you have any idea why???
I just uploaded to Shapeways and I can print it but for some crazy price like $73 for sintered nylon. It does complain there are loose shells but I did that so you could position the legs the way you want them - like peg legs. If you would like I can fix that and upload it to Thingiverse again so you can print it with them or others.
Yes Shapeways is "rather" expensive and I have used other options (a few local to me) for items I thought were just OUTRAGEOUSLY expensive. One question did you ever consider breaking the parts out; main body, main cannon, arms and legs separate to each other??? That might kill the expense down a heck of a lot and make positioning a breeze. Oh before I forget to what did you size this to; the 1/48 (1/55 according to some experts???) Mospeada kits and toys or the 1/72 Legioss kits by Imai and now Wave?? Finally I am okay with whatever you decide to do. Your work has provided an enemy unit to pose with my Legioss kits and I THANK YOU!!!