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Robot Late for Work #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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300zxcolinn shared this project on Thingiverse!

Hi Guys

This is my second robot design based on the art of Matt Dixon.
I have integrated all the parts into three prints to keep assembly easy but you will need to use supports. The aerial is a piece of wire with a ball of glue on the end.
I have built the left hand in a way that you can put things in it to customise your own version. The one I have is holding an umbrella.
Please check out all my other work on Facebook, Bigbangcollectables where you’ll find lots of stuff not on Thingiverse that will soon be for sale as I’ve run out of space in my house!
Good luck and happy printing!

Colin

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