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MWO Timberwolf

by BobertmaX Aug 31, 2018
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Looks awesome!

Do you think there would be any problems scaling this by 2? 130mm is a bit small for my purposes.


There should be no problem scaling it larger, scaling it smaller on the other hand, you will start getting problems with joints being too small. But as long as you scale it uniformly, larger should be no problem at all.

awesome, thanks!

Quick question, I don't think my legs will crouch as much as your picture and I actually broke one of the tabs (no biggie print another!) I'm PRETTY sure they aren't backwards. Any tips? Awesome model, the Timberwolf is definitely what I think of when I think "mech".
Ok actually I just crammed a screwdriver in the socket and looks like it needed cleaned out some more. I sort of forced the broken tab in there to help clean it out. I'll leave my screw up as a helpful tip. Also be careful with the waist pin, it's fragile, i just broke mine. There is plenty of room for a larger swivel if you feel like updating. :D

If you are talking about the 'knee' joint, make sure it is seated properly, but in order for that to happen, like you said, the socket must have all the support material removed first...a bit tricky, but it should have no problem crouching more that in my pics. As for the waist pin, while there certainly is enough room for it to be larger, I left it as 7Fish originally designed it, because -in my test prints- and in my final print, it was strong enough, though I will have a look.

Awesome thanks for the reply, i'm about done building it, great model i should have been more careful lol.

I was going to print this but I have a question about one of the parts.

MWO_Timberwolf_FootHub (Flip LeftLeg_FootHub in X-axis for right leg) [Print 2]

There is no file for LeftLeg FootHub or right leg for that matter. I assume then that I just need to flip the foothub file for the right leg and do i need 2 for each foot?

Looking forward to making this guy.

Apologies, it's a typo, the part is just called the "MWO_Timberwolf_FootHub" not "LeftLeg_FootHub". The parts (Foothub and the Toes) are actually Symmetrical, but just in case think of it as the left foot, and just flip it in the x-axis for the right foot. Thank you for pointing it out, I'll fix it quickly.

That is what I thought. Thank for ur help and ur work. I just got into this and this will be one of my first big prints.