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Yes Man Fallout 4 (Securitron)

by rundmcarlson Dec 7, 2015
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Could you include the antennae on the top?

Thanks! (Although I'm pretty certain Yes Man is from Fallout New Vegas, not Fallout 4.)

Could you remove the arms, leaving the shoulders and "hands" with holes for flexible tubing?

I'll get back to you on the maximum size I can go on the hole for the hands (without making them bigger) when I get back from work. If you have a tubing in mind though, let me know what size it is and I will try to make it work.

Well I figured I would scale the model to fit whatever tube I found.

I added the files. I kept the hands cut in half with the thought that they could be clamped around your tubing. This seems like it would make an easier installation than simply pushing the tubing inside a hole, and it makes them printable without support material.

I thought about what kind of tubing to use so you could have flexible arms that could still retain position, and metal flexible gooseneck would probably most look the part (the stuff they use for bendable desk lamps). Thatd probably be expensive though, so I figured I'd come up with a cheap one as well. Surgical tubing and pipe cleaners is what I came up with. The surgical tubing offers little resistance to being bent and comes in multiple colors, and pipe cleaners will allow for poseability. Just some ideas. Please let me know what you do go with when you decide on something. Itd be interesting to see and I'm sure my brother would love one with movable arms.

I'll hit the hardware store tomorrow and look for something usable. TY!