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Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed

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Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed
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Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed
Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed

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Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed
Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed

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Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed
Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed

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Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed
Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed

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Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed
Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed

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Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed
Chibi Robo No Base 3d printed

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Chibi Robo No Base

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Product Description

This is my custom Chibi Robo figure that I originally made as a custom Amiibo. The figure is therefore Amiibo sized. It doesn't come with a base because it adds too much to the final price (approx. $9). After my first print I made improvements to my original figure and finally ended up with this final model. I'm very happy with the results and I think this is a great custom Amiibo project. Chibi Robo is an easy paint job and you only need two colors, black and whatever metallic paint you decide to go with. Personally I'm going to try a chrome spray paint for a mirror like finish, but a silver paint job would look good as well. The head and body are not connected because 3D prints require an escape hole, and rather than having an unsightly hole in your figure I thought this was a much better looking solution. Just place the head on the neck and it'll start tightening the lower it goes until eventually it'll fit snug. The added pictures are of my old model. The new model has slightly thicker arms as well as slightly bigger eyes. Other improvements were made, but those are the two you would be able to notice from the images. I should also mention that without the feet being glued to something Chibi Robo will have to lean back and use his cord as a third leg. This is a much better solution than those ugly holding sticks that Amiibo unfortunately ship with, if you ask me. However, the figure was modeled with the purpose of being glued to an existing amiibo stand and that's when it'll look its best. When standing "properly" on his two feet he'll lean forward a little bit for a more natural looking pose
What's in the Box
INCM
Chibi Robo No Base
White Strong & Flexible
Width
5.7 cm
Height
8.0 cm
Depth
5.5 cm

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