Heavy/Scratch: 3D Printed Targetmaster

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  1. burrociano

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    Hi, this is my new project, Targetmasters.

    I modeled this very simple to test the transformation and joints, in addition to the print feasibility

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  2. Optimus.Magnus

    Optimus.Magnus Swingin' the chain

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    Nice! What program did you use to model?
     
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    Software: Autodesk Fusion360
    Slicer: Simplify3D
    Printer: Flashforge Creator Pro
    Material: ABS
     
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    Looks pretty great man. Is this gonna end up in your Shapeways shop? :D 
     
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    Eventually, When I correct the errors and add more detail. I got some concerns about assembly, this material is very strong so, there are no problems assembling the figure, but I don't know how could Shapeways material works with this design
     
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    OK. How do you model heads in Fusion?
     
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    Kudos to you! Good job!
     
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    I modeled all this figure in "Model Space" but for more complex or organic shapes I use "Sculpt Space" with "Create Form" Tool
     
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    So model space is the normal sketch then extrude? I'm confused
     
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    Yes, Model Space is where you draw sketches and extrude.
     
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    Hey, cool! Where's his handle go?
     
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    In the butt :ev: ,
     
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    Hehe.
    Can I get a step-by-step? It looks like the same design of the Takara Titan Masters' one they just debuted. I'm guessing they do it the same way.
     
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    this looks awesome man, cant wait to see more
     
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    Man, I tried fusion 360 a couple years ago and it just didn't make sense (came from Solidworks).

    I had no idea you could sculp with it tho
     
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    Basic Transformation secuence Transformacion TM.jpg
     
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    Ok. So the handle just sticks off of his butt? Cool.
     
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    I guess there's... worse places the handle could go. o_O 
     
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    Sweet! Awesome job!
     
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    For me Fusion 360 is all I need to develop my projects as Industrial Designer. I never felt comfortable with Solidworks, but with Fusion everything flows. At the beginning there were things that could not be done as in Solidworks, but at this point, you can do everything with this software.
     
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