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OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
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E-PL1
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Construction 3D printed action figure 2.0 by hauke3000 Construction 3D printed action figure 2.0 by hauke3000
Here is the updated construction rendering of the 3D printed action figure. It can now move the head up and down as well as to the sides. The abs can move right and left now in addition to being able to tilt to the side. The feet can also tilt to the sides now allowing for some nicer poses. The new joints bring the total points of articulation to 34.
I did not do any sanding on the joints this time. Therefore this figure has much tighter joints. It can even balance on one leg. The weapons can be stored on the back as with the previous figure. It comes with two exchangeable heads. One with a helmet and one bare headed.
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AndresCuccaro Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Wonderful work! I've been thinking in doing something like these myself, and I have to say you did a magnificent job. That figure looks really well. This might be a silly question, but I have to ask: do you print it all at once or piece by piece and then assemble them? Because, in the picture on the left, that looks like a lot of little pieces. Maybe I'm missing something?
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hauke3000 Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014  Professional Artist
Thank you! Yes the parts are printed separately and then assembled. This one had quite a lot of pieces but the newer ones are all right. Most of it is just pins now which are easy to put into the body parts.
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AndresCuccaro Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Sounds cool :) I was thinking if there might be a way to design a full poseable model but print it all assembled already. Can it be done (I mean, can the printer handle it) or it needs to be in pieces? I was thinking that some pieces might end up floating in the air, but I have not expierence in these things :/
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hauke3000 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Professional Artist
It may be possible but then you would have to leave a lot of room between the joints to allow support material to be removed effectively. So the figure may end up very loose.
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AndresCuccaro Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh, I see! Thanks for all the info :)
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hauke3000 Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014  Professional Artist
You are welcome!
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AndresCuccaro Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
:)
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Meadowknight Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2013
Dang! nice job!! I can sculpt, but don't know how to do this kind of thing yet....looks super complex! @_@
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hauke3000 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2013  Professional Artist
Oh, just saw on your page that you already use Zbrush. Cool stuff.
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