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So i bought these windupwalker bodies ages ago on aliexpress and have been slowly incorporating them into small 3d printing projects. A few days a go i came back home from watching the new Batman vs Superman movie and as it was close to easter i decided to design this BatmanBunny.

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more pics on: https://www.instagram.com/bauermaker/

download link:

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/batmanbunnywalker

so if you feel the need for a last minute easter project, have fun and happy easter :)

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Hi garee

this is the link, they used to be available in the makerbot store but they stopped selling, now its either that link, or you can google yourself or you can try aliexpress (but they only sell at least 100 pcs, thats where i got mine, was only 45 bucks)

www.bilby3d.com.au/ProdSearch.asp?txtSearch=walker

thanks for printing :)

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I don;t know that I need 100 of them.. LOL! Guess I'll have to 3d print him some legs. Which springs to mind.. maybe someone has a 3d printable windup walking legs model??

 

Hi garee

awesome idea, i made a fake walker body and added it to youmagine :)

maybe you can also post a pic here or on youmagine, i would be interested how it turned out.

thx and have fun

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