Author Topic: 3D Printed Blockhead Model  (Read 5666 times)

So I bought a 3d printer recently, and ran out of things that I needed to print for personal and work-related projects, so I decided to print a blockhead model. I used electrical wiring to span the gaps. I heated the wire with a soldering iron to poke holes in the plastic, then shoddily hot-glued the wires in. The little guy stands about 2" high.

If I reprint it, I'll add in wire-mounting holes and make the shoulders move.



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Oh jeez, I'm so rusty at forum'ing that I put this topic in GD instead of gallery. oops
« Last Edit: July 22, 2017, 04:58:16 PM by Gen. Hothauser »


you dont have to move it


« Last Edit: July 25, 2017, 06:38:33 PM by MoleManFromMiddleMars »




This is cool as heck! I hope you print off some more and paint them all, it would be cool to see a little collection.

might need some sanding

might need some sanding

That's an understatement. The non-cuboidal shape of everything doesn't make for nice prints.

you could make the legs and hands move as well, it'd just need the right joints

you could make the legs and hands move as well, it'd just need the right joints
cylinder-ballsocket hybrid?

that looks pretty cool, try printing a horse next.

try printing a horse next.

do this then the jeep

OH

maybe someone could edit the jeep's model so you can attach lego tires to it

holy stuff so cute


reprint a few more w/ changable hats or smth and paint people's avatars or smth