3d Print Request

 
#1

So I am wanting to have someone 3d print a head cover for my Robosapian Blue. I am wanting the Protectotron head from Fallout 4 as a replacement head to fit on top of the robosapians current one. I will list images below of what the current head looks like and the goal is. I'd like it printed in black to match my bots color and possibly open slits near where the eye leds are so let the light effect show out the new head. a split would be acceptable so I can just click the two pieces together over the current head or just a large hood still to just put it over the head like a large hat works as well. just let me know if anyone is interested in helping me out and I can send dimensions or any other details needed, more than willing to Paypal for this request. thanks

link for robot toy model, could use this file and slightly modify to have slits and be larger.
https://www.myminifactory.com/de/object/fallout-4-protectron-action-figure-15585

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#2

I have a RoboSapien and this looks interesting. I'll take a look.

#3

That would be great, thanks let me know if its something you could do and cost. Smile

#4

Any luck?

#5

I have a Robosapien as well; I'd be interested in a print (depending on cost).

Has anyone noticed the strong resemblance to Robby the Robot?

#6

Those Robosapien's would be great for a body upgrade, can see the possibilities with it. Smile

#7

From what I can see it's going to take a lot of re-working. I have not had a lot of time to work on it either. But I haven't given up.

I did have a question, was the RoboSapien visor going to stay on or come off? I feel like it would need to come off.

#8

Visor can come if it makes it easier. Thank you for working on this and it looks like others may want one too Smile

* also, Robby the robot is my favorite bot ever. My goal w EZB from day one was to recreate one and the robosapien looks close enough body wise and with this head and a few pieces on the back to incase the controller it will be perfect.

#9

It might be easier if you made a template model first. Consider visiting the hobby store and picking up a small square piece of foam. You can get white dense foam that can be shaped with a sharp knife/blade. If you need to cut it into two pieces (front and back), they can be re-attached with white glue.

This is from walmart, and there are many others on there: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Make-It-Fun-Floracraft-Styrofoam-Block-3-x-3-x-3/36741929?wmlspartner=wlpa&adid=22222222227024545630&wl0=&wl1=s&wl2=c&wl3=40948516952&wl4=pla-78889953032&wl5=9032188&wl6=&wl7=&wl8=&wl9=pla&wl10=8175035&wl11=online&wl12=36741929&wl13=&veh=sem


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#10

How goes the project, any luck?