57cm tall Bender with articulated arms and legs with storage space inside the body.
Assembly is very simple and intuitive. Some parts are glued, some are assembled together by clips.
My reccomendation for better stability of the assembled Bender is to fill both feets by gypsum.
Printed from PLA – silver, white and black. Layer height 0,2mm. Infill of almost all the parts 100%.
Amount of pieces and color is described in it’s file names.
If you want to change the height, don’t forget to adjust gaps and clearance between parts. I had to made 6 loops to find correct gaps especialy on the arms and legs. If you want 3D data don’t hesitate to ask me.
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