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This 3D model consists of files in StereoLithography (.Stl) format that have been optimized for 3D printing.
Before printing the files, we strongly recommend reading the PRINTING DETAILS section.
Version 1 and Version 2 are the files for Rifleman BattleMech 3D model optimized for 3D printing, the preview pictures of which you see above.
It is recommended:
- to print Version 1 STL files on FDM/FFF 3D printers;
- to print Version 2 STL files on DLP/SLA/SLS 3D printers.
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BattleMech Rifleman... Magnificent shooter, huge firepower, excellent armor.
He destroys his enemies at a great distance when they don’t even have time to figure out who is shooting at them! This great machine is a dangerous rival in any battle.
With such technical specifications as
- Mass: 60 tons
- Armor: Kallon Royalstar
- Targeting Tracking System: Garret D2j
- Speed: 64 km/h
- Armament: 2x Large Lasers; 2x Autocannon/5s; 2x Medium Lasers
Of course, he was not always like this...
Rifleman was created and delivered in 2505. It was one of the earliest mechs ever built. Designed as fire support, the Rifleman was plagued with a variety of problems since its debut and was ill-equipped as a good comrade-in-arms. But his fine ranged weapons, targeting and tracking system made it useful, and in some places even irreplaceable! Over time, he received many modifications that adapted him under a different kind of situation and he became one of the most popular mechs.
One of his best modifications is presented to you and you can buy the STL files of BattleMech 3D Model and print them!
The famous Rifleman in your collection!
Beautiful lines that are so accurately modeled in Autodesk 3DS Max perfectly replicate the character from the game and will not leave any connoisseur of robot models indifferent.
All STL files for 3D printing have been checked for errors and corrected in Netfabb and show no errors.
Note: Before starting 3D printing the model, read the Printing Details for CURA 2.3.1 software.
There are 28 parts for FDM version and 6 parts for SLS.
In the FDM version, moving elements such as joints, legs, arms, body and weapons are developed and improved! They are different from those used in the game and therefore the 3D printing model has become more movable.
In the SLS version, a special socket for arms and feet is developed so that you can adjust and fix them in nine different positions!
- Is 1:60 scale and after being printed will stand 261mm tall, 176.5mm wide, 154mm deep;
- Is designed to save almost all movable elements its prototype has;
- Has removable hinges that should be printed at 100% infill to make them solid.
- Is 1:100 scale and will stand 159.5mm tall, 90.5mm wide, 110.7mm deep.
- Has as few details as possible to keep printing costs down.
Get Rifleman BattleMech 3D Printing Miniature right now! Just click the green Buy button in the top-right corner of the model’s page. You can pay with PayPal or your credit card.
On 07.11.2017 new version of joints have been added.
To use new joints, you do not need to reprint the whole model of your Mech!
You can find detailed picture guidelines about how to use new joints in your model HERE.
With the new joints you will get next advantages:
- Increases frictional force
- Possible to up scale or down scale the whole model
- Printable from any type of material
- Higher strength
- Material shrinkage does not affect at strength and friction
STL files are already available for download in “Source files” tab for Version 1 (FDM/FFF 3D printers). You can find them at the end of the list.
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This model was tested in Cura 2.7.0. and print on an Ultimaker 2 in PLA material.
- You can print new joints with 20-30% infill.
- With the new joints you can up scale or down scale the whole model.
- All parts of connectors should be printed at 100% infill.
- You should print old joints with 100% infill.
- With the old joints do not try to up scale or down scale the whole model since it will not be assemble or movable after scale changes.
- Using the PLA material you should increase the scale of old joints at 2-3% in your slicing program.
- Using the ABS/CPE material you should increase the scale of old joints at 1% in your slicing program.
To avoid printing problems, we recommend the following settings:
Layer Height: 0.1 mm
Initial Layer Height: 0.3 mm
Line Width: 0.4 mm
Wall Line Width: 0.4 mm
Outer Wall Line Width: 0.4 mm
Inner Wall(s) Line Width: 0.4 mm
Top/Bottom Line Width: 0.4 mm
Infill Line Width: 0.4 mm
Skirt/Brim Line Width: 0.4 mm
Support Line Width: 0.4 mm
Initial Layer Line Width: 100%
Wall Thickness: 0.8 mm
Wall Line Count: 2
Outer Wall Wipe Distance: 0.2 mm
Top Surface Skin Layers: 0
Top/Bottom Thickness: 0.8 mm
Top Thickness: 0.8 mm
Top Layers: 8
Bottom Thickness: 0.8 mm
Bottom Layers: 8
Top/Bottom Pattern: Lines
Bottom Pattern Initial Layer: Lines
Top/Bottom Line Directions: [ ]
Outer Wall Inset: 0 mm
Compensate Wall Overlaps: Check
Compensate Outer Wall Overlaps: Check
Compensate Inner Wall Overlaps: Check
Fill Gaps Between Walls: Everywhere
Horizontal Expansion: 0 mm
Initial Layer Horizontal Expansion: 0 mm
Z Seam Alignment: Shortest
Ignore Small Z Gaps: Check
Infill Density: 20%
Infill Line Distance: 3.5 mm
Infill Pattern: Grid
Infill Line Directions: [ ]
Infill Overlap Percentage: 10%
Infill Overlap: 0.4 mm
Skin Overlap Percentage: 5%
Skin Overlap: 0.02 mm
Infill Wipe Distance: 0.1 mm
Infill Layer Thickness: 0.1 mm
Gradual Infill Steps: 0
Infill Before Walls: Check
Minimum Infill Area: 0 mm2
Enable Retraction: Check
Retraction Extra Prime Amount: 0 mm3
Retraction Minimum Travel: 0.8 mm
Maximum Retraction Count: 90
Minimum Extrusion Distance Window: 6.5 mm
Nozzle Switch Retraction Distance: 20 mm
Nozzle Switch Retraction Speed: 20 mm/s
Nozzle Switch Retract Speed: 20 mm/s
Nozzle Switch Prime Speed: 20 mm/s
Print Speed: 50 mm/s
Infill Speed: 50 mm/s
Wall Speed: 40 mm/s
Outer Wall Speed: 30 mm/s
Inner Wall Speed: 40 mm/s
Top/Bottom Speed 20 mm/s
Support Speed: 30 mm/s
Support Infill Speed: 30 mm/s
Travel Speed: 120 mm/s
Initial Layer Speed: 30 mm/s
Initial Layer Print Speed: 30 mm/s
Initial Layer Travel Speed: 72 mm/s
Skirt/Brim Speed: 30 mm/s
Maximum Z Speed: 0 mm/s
Number of Slower Layers: 2
Combing Mode: All
Avoid Printed Parts when Traveling: Check
Travel Avoid Distance: 0.6562 mm
Enable Print Cooling: Check
Fan Speed: 100%
Regular Fan Speed: 100%
Maximum Fan Speed: 100%
Regular/Maximum Fan Speed Threshold: 10 s
Initial Fan Speed: 0%
Regular Fan Speed at Height: 0.27 mm
Regular Fan Speed at Layer: 2
Minimum Layer Time: 5 s
Minimum Speed: 10 mm/s
Enable Support: Check
Support Placement: Everywhere
Support Overhang Angle: 50°
Support Pattern: Zig Zag
Connect Support ZigZags: Check
Support Density: 15 %
Support Line Distance: 2.3333 mm
Support Z Distance: 0.15 mm
Support Top Distance: 0.15 mm
Support Bottom Distance: 0.15 mm
Support X/Y Distance: 0.8 mm
Support Distance Priority: Z overrides X/Y
Minimum Support X/Y Distance: 0.2 mm
Support Stair Step Height: 0.3 mm
Support Stair Step Maximum Width: 5.0 mm
Support Join Distance: 2.0 mm
Support Horizontal Expansion: 0.2 mm
Support Infill Layer Thickness: 0.1 mm
Use Towers: Check
Tower Diameter: 3.0 mm
Minimum Diameter: 3.0 mm
Tower Roof Angle: 65°
Build Plate Adhesion
Build Plate Adhesion Type: Brim
Skirt/Brim Minimum Length: 250 mm
Brim Width: 8.0 mm
Brim Line Count: 15
Brim Only on Outside: Check
Union Overlapping Volumes: Check
Merged Meshes Overlap: 0.15 mm
Print Sequence: All at Once
Surface Mode: Normal
Extra Skin Wall Count: 0
Disclaimer: This model will look outstanding if printed on SLA/SLS 3D printer. The accuracy of the model printed on FFF printer can vary from the result shown in the pictures.