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Cyberman Action Figure Upgrade

by 7777773 Dec 22, 2012
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Nice design ,any cance you could do me a cyberman bust , my friend is driving me crazy for one and cant find one for him

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This looks great!. By any chance do you have a hollow one that could be scaled up and used for a suit ofc not form fitted?

I LOVE it, just finishing right arm, with the regards you made, i`ll upload my make soon, THANKS FOR SHARING!

Printed on PrintrBot Simple (no upgrades).
This was great to print. Needed support material on arms and legs. Total print time probably around 8hrs !

I scaled the head up and am printing it in Laywood now !

Must say the print looks really good. Only a couple of issus. Had to use Rafts and Supports for the Arms, which lead to a bit of extra work. Without the support the arms wouldn't stick to the platform. Anyone else end up breaking the head while putting the pins in?

There were a number of things I wanted to fix on this model but never got back to. I always intended to make it print without any support, for example... I'll get back to it eventually, but free time hasn't been all that easy to find

Awesome work! And, of course, I love the subject! I'm looking forward to seeing where you take this figure template.
I was working towards a similar open source articulated figure template which culminated in my Voltron model. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:33270http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... By using hinge-pins and Tony's rotating pins, the model has a really great range of motion.

OpenSCAD Voltron, Defender of the Thingiverse

Really nice, why not slice the arms in half, print the sliced parts face down, then glue? Would eliminate the support...

I'd planned to have already made the arms articulated at the elbows and wrists and just print the pieces vertically, but have not made myself revisit them lately. I guess part of what's been slowing me down is trying to design a good hip joint... I want to avoid the internal rubber band that GI Joes used and try to stay 100% printed, but haven't thought up anything that works yet.