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Gundam Dynames

by MrGundam Nov 15, 2013
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Thank you for this thing! Thumbs up to you!

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I would love to print this can you send the files

When I try to slice it in Simplify3d the gun barrel disappears so that the muzzle and bi-pod aren't attached to anything.

you might wanna fix it, when I go to sli3r and go to preview the barrel and muzzle flash of the gun are not attach to anything plz fix its my favorite Gundam

do ou need any parts its like impossible for the printer

the shields how can thy do that ?

Sure thing! I would be more than happy to. Give me a few days to dig out my flash drive and finish up my current model and I will throw it on there asap!

This is awesome. I would like to try and break it down into components for printing. Can you post your Sketchup and Blender files?

There is a model you assemble by a NenZilla here on Thingiverse! Our models are almost identical, accept it appears my head, rifle, and cockpit are different.

Yes, I believe we made it as multiple pieces, if your printer is good enough it might print with working joints. I am not sure though, it is a production line system of production, so I am not clear on all the steps and who did what. I did the basic paper sketches and the outline in SketchUp. We have not tried printing yet. If we needed too, we could disassemble it in Blender to make it a piece set but it should print normally! Our printer broke so any tests and feedback would be great!

This looks extremely interesting.
Is it meant to be printed in one piece?
I notice there are some joints that look like they would be usable, like the wrist, in the segments of the wing, but no joint or even solid connection in the elbow.
Is this supposed to be poseable? Could it be printed in pieces and assembled? The joints don't look like they would go together if they weren't printed in-place, together. Which is very hard to do without a high end commercial printer.