Castlex-B Battle Automatons were based on an established automaton product line. Initially designed to perform maintenance in dangerous industrial environments, the Castlex-A refits, and later licensed Castlex-B purpose-built models, provided a robust weapons platform with the modular flexibility demanded by discerning modern commanders.
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Castlex-B model as shown is provided in separate pieces, and intendedto be printed on an SLA printer. None of these parts have been tested on any other 3D printing platform, so I can't provide any insight into troubleshooting or setup.
I will be uploading a complete .form file for those using formlabs. I have printed 5 of these units without any issues on my Form2.
Parts are noted if more than one is required, ie, (x2), and optional parts are labeled as such, and can be exchanged in any combination with their counterparts.
For assembly, I find it easiest to build the torso and legs separately, do not try to glue everything at once.
I had to adjust my scale before printing: The main torso file should be 38.3 x 26 x 12.5, for a 28mm scale model. Scale accordingly to your needs, but I do not think you should make it any smaller.