Jurica Pranjic shares on Thingiverse:
The Leader of the Decepticons straight outta Cybertron MEGATRON! This is an Action Masters inspired posable (very limited) figure/toy. It’s a very tricky print so choose your settings wisely! The Transformer is 20cm tall. You will need more than one exemplar of the following components:
2x ShoulderJoint. This Transformer was printed at very low speed with a layerheigt of 0.1mm. Notice that this is not easy to print and that you will have to glue the parts together. For printing this I used Ultimakers. The 2 extended and the 2 go.
Happy printing and don’t forget to post your print!
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