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Robot Maria 3D Printing Figurine | Assembly

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cm: 15 w x 17.8 d x 22.5 h
in: 5.906 w x 7.008 d x 8.858 h

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Printing Details

This 3D figurine of Robot Maria consists of files in StereoLithography (.Stl) format that is optimized for 3D printing.

Before printing the files, we strongly recommend reading the PRINTING DETAILS section.

WHAT WILL YOU GET AFTER PURCHASE?

  • 4 versions of Robot Maria STL files for FFF/FDM, DLP/SLA, DLP/SLA Eco, SLS - files for all versions are available for download after the purchase;
  • STL files of high-poly Robot Maria Figurine for 3D printing consist of 48 files;
  • Sizes for:
  • FFF/FDM: 225 mm tall, 150 mm wide, 178 mm deep;
  • DLP/SLA/SLS: 113 mm tall, 75 mm wide, 89 mm deep;
  • Assembly Manual for FFF/FDM 1.0 and DLP/SLA 1.0 versions in PDF and video formats;
  • Detailed settings that we provide as a recommendation for Cura, Simplify3D, Slic3r and PrusaSlicer for the best print;
  • Full technical support from the Gambody Support Team.

Detailed information about this 3D printing model is available in the DESCRIPTION section.

File Name File Size Time / Filament Object Size
(x/y/z mm)
1_face_FDM(repaired).stl
15.64 MiB 38 min <1 m 19 x 40 x 14 Download
2_body_FDM(repaired).stl
50.48 MiB 7 h 29 min 4 m 59 x 32 x 108 Download
3_arm_R_FDM(repaired).stl
20.72 MiB 1 h 19 min 1 m 18 x 27 x 52 Download
4_hand_R_FDM(repaired).st l
16.15 MiB 18 min <1 m 13 x 13 x 26 Download
5_arm_L_FDM(repaired).stl
19.27 MiB 1 h 14 min 1 m 19 x 21 x 53 Download
6_hand_L_FDM(repaired).st l
16.16 MiB 20 min <1 m 11 x 14 x 27 Download
7_leg_R_FDM(repaired).stl
27.13 MiB 3 h 4 min 2 m 25 x 30 x 70 Download
8_foot_R_FDM(repaired).st l
28.07 MiB 2 h 20 min 1 m 19 x 31 x 68 Download
9_leg_L_FDM(repaired).stl
27.29 MiB 3 h 13 min 2 m 28 x 44 x 69 Download
10_foot_L_FDM(repaired).s tl
27.40 MiB 2 h 33 min 1 m 21 x 32 x 69 Download
11_armor_back_FDM(repaire d).stl
16.13 MiB 1 h 59 min 1 m 56 x 67 x 13 Download
12_armor_head_FDM(repaire d).stl
17.57 MiB 47 min <1 m 27 x 29 x 15 Download
13_ear_R_FDM(repaired).st l
7.76 MiB 6 min <1 m 8 x 8 x 6 Download
14_ear_L_FDM(repaired).st l
7.95 MiB 6 min <1 m 8 x 8 x 6 Download
15_Metropolis_1_FDM(repai red).stl
59.85 MiB 65 h 18 min 29 m 143 x 95 x 131 Download
16_Metropolis_2_FDM(repai red).stl
14.49 MiB 50 min <1 m 34 x 36 x 11 Download
17_tube_1_FDM(repaired).s tl
8.64 MiB 1 h 3 min 1 m 74 x 17 x 24 Download
18_tube_2_FDM(repaired).s tl
7.85 MiB 1 h 27 min 1 m 51 x 16 x 58 Download
19_tube_3_FDM(repaired).s tl
7.89 MiB 1 h 16 min 1 m 81 x 21 x 23 Download
20_platform_FDM(repaired) .stl
58.08 MiB 19 h 14 min 10 m 150 x 178 x 33 Download
21_Ge_lock_10H(x4)_FDM(re paired).stl
0.03 MiB 4 min <1 m 18 x 10 x 2 Download
Keychain (repaired).stl
0.35 MiB 23 min <1 m 30 x 30 x 2 Download
Tag (repaired).stl
1.70 MiB 1 h 18 min 1 m 150 x 18 x 5 Download
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ABOUT THIS 3D MODEL

THE MEDIATOR BETWEEN HEAD AND HANDS MUST BE THE HEART!

The German futuristic dystopia Metropolis of Fritz Lang is widely regarded as one of the most influential films ever made and served as a basis for numerous cinematographic and artistic works in the XX-XXI centuries. Maria, the love interest of the main character, Freder Frederson, is a lower-class girl in Metropolis, the city of skyscrapers, reigned by wealthy industrialists and magnates, who represents the hopes and dreams of the workers. Robot Maria was created by an inventor Rotwang who intended to recreate his ideal woman, Hel, the mother of Freder. Robot Maria symbolizes the demonic opposite of Maria herself, the mission of the robot is to cause chaos and to undermine Maria's influence over the workers.

The phenomenal character from Metropolis inspired our talented 3D artist to create the figurine for 3D printing that will be as close to the original as possible. The robot has the shape of a woman, its face looks like a human face with eyes, nose and mouth. An outstanding facial feature is the eyes of Maria with the tiny pupils making the character look preprogrammed and vicious. The body consists of the skeleton and “armour” attached with rivets and bolts, the surface engravings emphasize the elegance of the robot’s figure. Maria, which is depicted standing still, as if frozen, embodies a purely mechanical being, with no sign of human spirit. The figurine of Robot Maria with the city of Metropolis behind is a great choice for admirers of classics and genuine art!

ADAPTATION FOR 3D PRINTING

Robot Maria for 3D printing is a static assembly model and its moderation and adaptation for different types of 3D printers took the Gambody team 63 hours in total. The figurines' anatomy and proportions were thoroughly reviewed during the moderation process for the robot to be depicted harmoniously in the intended pose.

The figurine’s cutting was chosen by our team to minimise the amount of generated support and some of the parts were hollowed out for you to save resin in the Eco version. In order to conceal the places where the assembly parts of the figurine are connected, Maria was divided into convenient assembly parts.

All assembly parts in the FFF/FDM 1.0 version are provided in STL files in recommended positions that were worked out in order to ensure the smoothness of the details’ surfaces after printing and that the 3D printing beginners won't face difficulties when placing the parts on a build plate. When downloading any model's file you will also receive "Assembly Manual" for FFF/FDM 1.0 and DLP/SLA 1.0 versions in PDF format. We highly recommend that you get acquainted with the “Assembly Video” and "Assembly Manual" before getting down to Robot Maria.

The model is saved in STL files, a format supported by most 3D printers. All STL files for 3D printing have been checked in Netfabb and no errors were shown.

The figurine’s scale was calculated from the height of robot which is 1700 mm. The 3D printing figurine’s chosen scales are 1:8 for the FFF/FDM version and 1:16 for the DLP/SLA/SLS versions.

VERSIONS’ SPECIFICATIONS

FFF/FDM 1.0 versions features:

  • Contains 21 parts;
  • A printed figurine is 225 mm tall, 150 mm wide, 178 mm deep;
  • All parts are divided in such a way that you will print them with the smallest number of support structures.

DLP/SLA 1.0 versions features:

  • Contains 12 parts;
  • A printed figurine is 113 mm tall, 75 mm wide, 89 mm deep;
  • All parts are divided in such a way to fit the build plates and to ensure that support structures are generated where needed.

DLP/SLA Eco 1.0 versions features:

  • Contains 12 parts;
  • A printed figurine is 113 mm tall, 75 mm wide, 89 mm deep;
  • Some parts are manually hollowed out to save resin.

SLS 1.0 versions features:

  • Contains 3 parts - a solid Robot Maria figurine on and separately from the platform.

You can get the figurine of Robot Maria for 3D Printing immediately after the purchase! 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.

Watch the tutorial on how to assemble Robot Maria 3D Printing Figurine on Gambody YouTube channel.

Also, you may like other Robots 3D Printing Models.

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FAQ: 

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Below you can find printing recommendations for Cura, Simplify3D, Slic3r, PrusaSlicer and Bambu Lab software.

Disclaimer: The following printing settings are a recommendation, not an obligation. The parameters can vary depending on the peculiarities of your 3D printer, the material you use, and especially the particular assembly part you are working with. Each part that any model comprises often needs preliminary review, and you are free to tweak the settings the way you find suitable.

Note:

You can scale up the model (downscaling for FFF/FDM 3D printers is not recommended!);

All connectors should be printed at 100% Infill.

Bambu Lab printing recommendations:

These basic 3D printing settings recommendations for beginners were tested in Bambu Studio 1.9.1. Test models were printed on the Bambu Lab A1, Bambu Lab A1 Mini, Creality Ender 3 S1, Anycubic Kobra 2, and Anycubic Vyper using PLA and PETG filaments.

To avoid printing problems, we recommend the following settings: download

Cura printing recommendations:

These are averaged settings which were tested in the Cura 5.2.1 slicer. Test models were printed on Anycubic Vyper, Creality Ender 3 Pro with PLA filament.

To avoid printing problems, we recommend the following settings: download

Simplify3D printing recommendations:

These are averaged settings which were tested in the Simplify3D 5.0.0 slicer. Test models were printed on Anycubic Vyper, FLSUN v400, Ender3 S1 with PLA filament.

To avoid printing problems, we recommend the following settings: download

Slic3r printing recommendations:

These basic 3D printing settings recommendations for beginners were tested in Slic3r 1.3.0 software. Test models were printed on Ultimaker 2, Creality Ender 3, Creality Cr-10S pro v2, Anycubic I3 Mega, Anycubic I3 MegaS, Anycubic Vyper with PLA and PetG filaments.

To avoid printing problems, we recommend the following settings: download

PrusaSlicer printing recommendations:

These basic 3D printing settings recommendations for beginners were tested in PrusaSlicer 2.3.1. Test models were printed on Ultimaker 2, Creality Ender 3, Creality Cr-10S pro v2, Anycubic I3 Mega, Anycubic I3 MegaS, Anycubic Vyper with PLA and PETG filaments.

To avoid printing problems, we recommend the following settings: download

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