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Robocop ED-209 (Omni Consumer Products)

by alpokemon Feb 18, 2018
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Great work on this model, even scaled down it turned out good. Having the pins really helped with assembly. The only problem I had was with the ED-Rubber-Torso-Blackflex which I had to scale down to fit (but I also scaled all the parts down to 28% to begin with). Thanks for posting this!

Hi and thanks for sharing this!

Whats the difference between "HeadTop_Nosupport" "HeadVisorV3" and "HeadVisorV3RP"?

Isn't there a sepparate head mesh so we can print it in black and the rest in gray? Or may be for dual extruder machines? :)


HeadTop_Nosupport - it removes the hard support that is part of the original model. You will need to enable support in your slicer to print and includes the fixed mesh
HeadVisorV3 - is just a cut part but includes the original mesh and hard support
HeadVisorV3RP - is a repaired part that removes some bad parts of the original mesh and fixes it with the hard support

Hi. Is it just me, or is the ED-Rubber-Torso-Blackflex.stl too large ? It does not fit on my model, and te center hole is way too big for te other part to fit. Great model otherwise, and thanks for making it :-)

I had the same issue from the original model. You may need to scale it but 99% of people put it on backwards. The bottom "hip" has two little lights which point to the front. Most put that piece on backwards. From there the rubber flex should fit.

Thanks....I resized it to 75%....will see how it fits :-)

Dang! I saw one at Maker Faire that was as big. I need to find time to update the one arm to have missiles.

Have you thought about modeling the load out to be closer to the movie model?

"It's armed with three automatic cannons, two on the left platform, one on the right platform with an auto-shotgun and a rocket launcher capable of firing three rockets."

I gave the CAD files to someone on this forum who's doing this already. Hopefully, he will post them when he's done. I will take a cut at it at some point. Right now, I'm hung up on Star Trek stuff.