Beautifully intricate 3D print via Gambody
The 3D printable model of Catapult from MechWarrior video game is an articulated figurine, with workable legs and arms. The heavy warrior consists of 2 arms, 1 mech module slot, 2 weapon module slots, and 2 consumable module slots. 2 missiles are positioned at the left and right of the mechanical vehicle’s torso. The torso rotates at 360°. The model is made up of 27 parts, all optimized to be handled easily in any 3D printing program, such as Cura or Simplify3D and printed on any desktop 3D printer. To ease your job, there’s a detailed step-by-step video showing how to assemble it correctly.
The 3D figurine, after printing, will measure 143mm in depth, 176mm in width and 250mm in height.
One of Gambody’s users has printed and painted the MWO 3D model and was pleased to share the astonishing result with all our marketplace’s visitors. According to Alexei Bruton, the printing process of MechWarrior 3D model was effortless, no problems occurring during it. The parts printed accurately and smoothly, with no outer shell defects. It took more than 1.5 weeks to print all the parts and roughly 4 hours to assemble it.
Gambody is the premium 3D printing marketplace. It brings together a large community of video gamers by giving them the possibility to have their beloved game character or game item in tangible form, through 3D printing. The marketplace provides highly detailed STL files, optimized for all 3D printers and connects virtuality with reality. To learn more visit Gambody.com
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