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OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
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E-PL1
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3D printed super articulated female android by hauke3000 3D printed super articulated female android by hauke3000
This female android was actually my first idea for a super articulated figure. But after some thinking I decided to start with a more muscular male character first since it would be easier to put the joints into a body that would not be so thin. I turned out to be right. The female figure works nice as well but is a lot less sturdy then the male figure. I actually had to glue some parts together to ensure stability while the male buck simply snaps together without any gluing. I also gave her less articulation in the hands since the joints would have turned out too small and fragile. I gave her however enhanced neck articulation and an additional joint in the ABS. She can now tilt her head to the side and can tilt the torso to the side even more. I since then made those additional joints for the male buck as well.
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NeraNanda Aug 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome, I've seen your work before online, its great!
I have a question, what/where do you get your models printed?
Here in The Netherlands we have 3d printers, but they are layer printers
and a GI Joe scale figure won't look good at all (I tried). 

How big are these figures?

I have a 3d model that I'd like to get printed and these look amazing.
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hauke3000 Aug 20, 2013  Professional Artist
Hi!
They are printed on a stratasys Mojo. They are quite large though. About 17,5 cm high. I could not print GI Joe scale figures on that printer. Thanks for your interest im my work.
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heartless-2 Jul 25, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Really nice! what did you have to use for this?
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hauke3000 Jul 25, 2013  Professional Artist
Thanks! I use Softimage, Zbrush and netfabb for software and a Stratasys Mojo for printing.
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:iconrobogirls:
they make some very good silver spraypaint now
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hauke3000 Jul 25, 2013  Professional Artist
I will keep that in mind.
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rbl3d Jul 24, 2013  Professional General Artist
Awesome work. That kind of neck and ankle articulation are very imaginative.
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hauke3000 Jul 24, 2013  Professional Artist
Thanks. I wanted to stay away from ball joints since I do not know how well that works in 3D printing. The joints I came up with work fine but you need the figure to have a certain size (about 7 inches) or otherwise they may turn out too fragile.
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wulongti Jul 24, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nicely done sir ^__^
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hauke3000 Jul 24, 2013  Professional Artist
Thanks, glad you like it!
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