Excavator (Print-in-Place articulated)

$ 6.79

Designer

GOODesign

GOODesign is a design studio established in Seoul, Korea by a representative who has been active in product design and 3D CG field for 20 years. As a design company that pursues a reasonable and differentiated digital design, it has always presented a new direction through working with clients such as Hyundai Motor, Siemens Korea and beiersdorf.   This time, we have put out the life product for 3D printing by utilizing various technique design based on the shape of the Class-A surface. These products are especially the result of deep research on the 3D printing dominant shape that can not be mass-produced using a mold.

Heavy equipment is a favorite item for everyone, both adults and children. I wanted to make it print-in-place articulated for a long time, but the structure didn't come to my mind. As my design experience gained, I was finally able to make one of them, an excavator.
The print-in-place articulated method was applied, but it did not reduce the number of parts much. However, the structure of all moving parts was realized without missing. And since I paid attention to color division, you can enjoy a nice look after finishing it.

This design can be divided into three main parts (arm, upper body, and mobile/car body).
Of these, pay attention to the process of making the arm.
The process of building an arm is as follows.
1. First, pull the bucket cylinder to the top and insert it into the hole so that it can rotate.
2. Insert the piston into the arm cylinder on the back, and turn the piston into a place where the front arm (Stick) can be connected.
3. Insert the bucket by connecting it to the hole inside the bucket at the end of the front stick. At this time, do not confuse the connecting hole.
4. Insert the H-link into the front cylinder of the piston. And connect the H shape of the H-link to the bucket. Now, just insert the outer part of the H-link into the hole in the front arm (Stick).
5. Put the arm made in this way into the upper body arm (Boom). If the arm comes off well, attach it with adhesive or glue.

Please make sure to watch the video first for this process.

I'm thinking of making other heavy machinery as well, but applying the Print-in-place Articulated method takes a lot of thought. However, I am planning to make it one by one. We look forward to your expectations.

1: 48 Scale
Largest part in printing, size = X 14mm, Y 128mm, Z 45mm, After full assembly size= X 82mm, Y 258mm, Z 74mm

File
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  • CJ Simplify3D
    2021-04-16 21:44:34

    Aloha :-)

    I love this excavator. It was a pleasure to print. Now it's in the showroom and quite a few people have admired it.
    The crawler excavator will also be printed in the next few days ;-)

    fab365 Administrator
    2021-04-18 13:27:55

    What an extraordinary Excavator you have got!😍😍
    The printout is exceptionally smooth and neat!! We're so happy to hear that our model was on display and people were interested!
    Thank you for sharing all these great pictures and we'll look forward to the your next result.

  • Carre55
    2021-04-13 18:41:28

    Can u do a add on to make the railway converter with drop down train wheels instead of the jack supports
    And if I wanted to print this in 1/43 scale what percentage would I need to scale up/down
    Thanks
    (Would love to use it on my o scale railway )

    fab365 Administrator
    2021-04-18 13:26:01

    @Carre55
    If you have a model you want, please register it on the Requests page.
    https://fab365.net/requests
    And if you want to print out 1/43 scale, please scale up 112%.

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