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    PhantomX 3D Model(s) for printing

    I wanted to let everyone here know I've released the printable 3D model and Sketchup source for the tibia covers I made for ROSie.

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    You can find the latest copy of the files on Thingiverse. If you get to try these please let me know how they fit / print for you as I can make adjustments if I made my tolerances a little too tight.

    In time I'll finish the fine details of the matching battery cover and will make those files available as well. If anyone else has models or ideas I'm interested in hearing and or seeing them.
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    as soon as I get a 3D printer, i will use it! (not in the plans to buy it yet)
    thank you for sharing!

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    Neat!

    I wonder if you can use the shell as structure, so you can reduce weight by using the shell instead of the underlying acrylic brackets.

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    Re: PhantomX 3D Model(s) for printing

    Quote Originally Posted by jwatte View Post
    Neat!

    I wonder if you can use the shell as structure, so you can reduce weight by using the shell instead of the underlying acrylic brackets.
    Thats a cool idea. The shell is very sturdy from a home printer so with a little (er quite a bit) modification it could attach directly to the servo and extend the rest of the way down to the ground.

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    as soon as I get a 3D printer, i will use it! (not in the plans to buy it yet)
    thank you for sharing!
    Absolutely. There is also the battery cover that I've been meaning to run through the printer one or two more times that I can post. It's actually in the first photo of this post and goes well with the tibia shells.
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    Re: PhantomX 3D Model(s) for printing

    I've made the battery cover available for anyone who's interested.

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:997794

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