This aprox 4 in long figurine can store a Transformers Titan Master in his back. This version is for printing in full color and does not use articulation due to print tolerance issues. -Updated 8/10: Increased the size of the backpack to compensate for coated sandstone.
Updated 4/15/17 with multiple size options:
Plastic versions in the medium size take the form of a kit with removable cannons and titan returns faceplate.
- Medium: 4" long version, holds a titan master
- Small: 2" size half-sized version
- Extra-Small: 14mm version scaled for Titans Return Broadside/Tidal Wave, w' 2mm port on his underbelly.
A replacement face-kit for Transformers: Titans Return Titan Master figures. These kits allow for customization of the face while keeping the moving parts and head/body connection from the mass-produced figure for the best fit between head and body. Also comes with a snap-together Pretender shell kit with removable 5mm hip blasters that can hold a Titan Master in its backpack (insert figure face-first).
This replacement faceplate connector has been tested using Titan Wars Skullsmasher and Blurr, and should be compatible with most Titan Master mini-figures. As prints vary, some sanding/trimming may be required, and some Titan Masters (like Blurr) lack the rectangular connection peg and gluing may be required to fully secure the face.
Some fine details may not show up clearly on prints in strong & flexible plastic. Some sanding may be required due to variations between prints.
Use a toothpick or pin to remove any support material inside the connector ports on the back of the face.
Paint and seal as desired. Detail plastic prints will need a light washing with soap and water prior to painting to remove support material residue.
Unscrew the screw in the Titan Master's chest. Remove the original face-plate. Place the new face plate on the figure, replace the screw.
The port does not come pre-threaded, so the initial installation will be tight. If the screw connection is too loose you can secure it with a drop of superglue inside the port prior to reinstalling the screw.
Cut connection sprues with nail clippers or a hobby knife. Use a pin or toothpick to clean any remaining support material from the inside of the connection ports.
Fit cannons into side-ports. Test connection, sand as needed.