This is my next walking tank. Its an anti aircraft gun with four fully poseable legs unlike my other mechs which have fixed legs. This makes for a lot of parts to make but the end result is very cool. The joint pins are a little loose so I may re-do those if they are a problem. Let me know.
The feet aren’t attached to the legs and mine are held on with blue tac. I tried proper ball joints but they never really worked with the slight inaccuracys of my printers.
Rhis is a large model at 280mm high with the guns raised and 380mm square with the legs posed like the photo’s.
A complex build but worth it if you have the patience.
As always have fun and show me if you build one.
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