U-woman

U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
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U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
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U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
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U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
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U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
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U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
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U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
U-woman 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
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About this Product

1/16 scale action figure model kit. 11.5cm tall. It was made to be easy to assemble, and to customise. It is not suitable for children due to small parts. Please take a look at the instructions before purchasing: https://www.shapeways.com/forum/index.php?t=msg&th=18413&start=0&

Dimensions

IN: 2.345 w x 0.777 d x 3.848 h
CM: 5.956 w x 1.974 d x 9.774 h
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@slashdotttir. Hi I removed some from sale as shapeways changed the rules for printing polyamide. They will be back online when i finish updating the files, which will take a while since i have to run a prototype for each one. Making articualted fingers at such a scale would be awfully complicated, and the result would be quite bulky and fragile, so i don't plan to try for anything smaller than 1/6 scale with the available technology. Thank you :)
December 12, 2014, 9:45 am
these are so great! how come so many are not for sale? why not make articulated fingers too?
December 11, 2014, 5:34 pm
Do you have the possibility to produce a different scale? I am looking at this doll but I need a smaller version - a 1/20 scale doll. I saw your action figures which are about right in scale but they don't have realistic hands or feet. Just wondering if scale would need redesigning or just printing a smaller scale from the same design. I love these dolls!
July 18, 2014, 12:55 pm
@AndySchulte105. Hi! No this one can be assembled straight from the sprue. Please take a look at the instructions posted on the forums (instructions' topic), so you get a better idea of what you get. All the articulations are made of ball and socket snap fit articulations. A little care is required, because although the parts are quite strong, the assemblies are very tight, so the character would hold the poses. You can strengthen these using cyanoacrylate glue before assembly if you want something really tough. Thank you for your interest, please don't hesitate if you have more questions!
March 28, 2014, 7:17 am
@Mr_props so is it that i need strings and wires to put her together ?
March 28, 2014, 4:28 am
@bestdarna. Thanks, it was quite a tricky thing to make, because the 3d printed polyamide only has about 60% of the resilience of injection molded polyamide. This model is quite strong when printed horizontaly, but not as tough if printed verticaly. As designes we have no control on this, hence the headache, trying to have a good balance between mechanical qualities and style. Thanks :)
March 16, 2014, 5:15 pm
i love this!
March 16, 2014, 3:10 pm
 
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