ED-209 (RoboCop) 1:12th scale model


#1

Hello! I just wanted to share a project I recently finished.

ED-209 has always been my all time favorite robot design and I’ve been sculpting the character in ZBrush off and on for the past year. A few hundred hours of print time and post processing clean up later…



Thanks for looking!


#2

Hand over your .stl files - you have 20 seconds to comply…

Seriously - awesome model.

You have 10 seconds to comply…


#3

Very well done.


#4

Great level of detail in that print. Seems like a real labor of love and it shows.


#5

how long did this take to print and im assuming you did it in a number of pieces?


#6

Yeah, it was somewhere around 132 separate pieces. All together the print time was about 180 hours.


#7

I’m a bit confused as to the scale. Unless the photography is using some forced perspective, given the table in the background and the light, this thing is not 1/12 scale.

The original ED-209, stood about 7 feet tall. At 1/12 scale, your model should be about 7" tall.

How tall is your model? Can you put something next to it for reference (a tape measure or sommon hosehold item)?


#8

In rest mode with the thighs at the base of the leg rails, it stands at 7" tall, so 1/12 scale. The furniture and background diorama is in scale with ED, no forced perspective.


#9

Now were talking… Very very cool. :smiley:

Love the pooch to.


#10

5 seconds to comply…


#11

The work has been done colossal! It looks very cool! :+1::+1::+1: