3D printable, fully articulated Lion Force Voltron


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Oh man, thats going on the BB instagram and Facebook. Credit you?


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My son sent it from Hoard of a Few, his production company. Where he found it?


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I let you know when the angry email arrives demanding attribution.


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Roger That!


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Does my little sister still get mad and smash them with her Cabbage Patch Kid?


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Yes, and with this final innovation, the reproduction cycle of Voltron is as renewable as the Brassica-born. The war has just begun…


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When I was a kid I told my parents I wanted voltron for my birthday, so they bought two pieces of the Vehicle force version and they considered it a done thing and never bought me any more of it. It was a huge disappointment, plus I was never a big fan of that version of it to begin with.


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I’ll just leave this here


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The first thing I ever bought with my own money was a die-cast lion Voltron.

It had a design flaw wherein moving the legs would strip out one of the screws holding them on. When I returned the first one they gave me a replacement. When I returned the second one, the toy store manager took one off the shelf, moved the legs maybe a half dozen times, and the screw shot out like a bullet (it was held in place with a spring, which in hindsight was probably the problem, the spring acted like a ratchet, overtightening the screw). He sent the remaining stock back and gave me a refund rather than a replacement. I was heartbroken.

This may explain why I have a strange obsession with tap & die sets and an irrational hatred of zinc-aluminum alloy pot metal.


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I am honestly terrified that someone is going to ask me to print this for them.


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You have a 3d printer? Sweet! Could you print that for me?


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Imagine the number of failed builds.


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