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ChaosCoreTech

Claptrap from Borderlands!

by ChaosCoreTech Jan 25, 2017
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Do you have it as a solid file?

amazing work. i really love it.

im not really good with 3d editing and stuff but if this thing would come in more parts so a 100cm print or something is possible, that would be the best thing ever. i really want it as an mailbox in my front yard :D

I am so excited to make this! We just got a printer and this will be the 4th item we will make. We love claptrap!

Awesome work! Good decision not sticking with to much detail in favor of printability.

I see that the files include a new version of the shoulder. It would definitely help reduce support material if we could omit the shoulders off of the main body. Do you have an STL for the body without the shoulders?

Also, amazing job on this model! I'm so excited to put it on my desk at work. Your wife's paint job is spectacular as well!

I'd probably just print him upside down or on his back. seems like it would eliminate a lot of support

Great work. I enjoy your Fusion 360 footage. I'm glade you added another video of your wife's painting.

Thanks for all the work you put into this file. Your wife is an awesome painter too. Cheers!

too bad the hands are not acurate, :-(
http://www.artbykeith.com/images/Claptrap/Claptrap_01.jpg

this is still the best model out there
thx for sharing

Hi Phil! It looks like I was going off of some different reference images that have a different version of Claptrap compared to the image you shared. See: https://danfasulo.files.wordpress.com/2014/10/claptrap-turnaround.jpg

The hands are quite different as well as the tire. And I did have to add some extra material to the hands so they would actually print well, as the small wires wouldn't be strong enough to hold up the hands.

Hope that makes sense! :)

yeah I figured, still good job, I'll print it probably ;-)