Timber Wolf 3D Printing Gaming Miniature | AssemblyBy Gambody on February 20, 2019 16:41
Timber Wolf 3D model, or MadCat 3D model as it is known by gamers, is a fast and heavy bipedal vehicle engaged in the battles that take place in the BattleTech Universe of the popular video game. This machine has more aggressive looks than the Catapult 3D model. Its design is a cross-over between the Marauder and the Catapult model designs, thus its name MadCat. The in-game model is a powerful weapon in combats. It can shoot close and far-range fire. Equipped with powerful weaponry and heavy armor, it is inconceivable how this seventy five tons mech could move swiftly on the battlefield and take part in most assaults. Just as with Catapult 3D printing gaming figurine, in-game MadCat can be customized with additional weaponry, as soon as the players level up. Modeling Timber Wolf 3D Design The default 3D MadCat model is made up of a twisting body, and two workable arms and feet. The foot pedals of the 3D model are also articulated, increasing the design's overall mobility. It is equipped with lasers and long range missiles. It features a range of lighter, short-range weapons which are used when the Mech gets closer to the prey. And it also has two machine guns to defend itself against infantry. MadCat 3D print featured on our marketplace is designed in Maya 3D modeling software. The entire 3D printing gaming miniature consists of 38 parts. Each part has been meticulously checked in Netfabb, to avoid any errors and printing defects. Also, each part is designed to fit onto 18 x 19 cm print bed and to be easily handled in any 3D printing software, such as Cura, Simplify3D. It is a high-poly model, counting 701564 polygons. It took about 40 hours to model, considering every articulation mechanism and every graphic detail. Size of 3D printed MadCat The printed MadCat 3D model will stand 250mm tall, 137mm deep, and 178mm wide. Buy Timber Wolf 3D printer files by clicking the green "Buy" button. Enter your PayPal or credit card details at checkout and download error-free STL files of 3D model of Timber Wolf. Note: Timber Wolf 3D model was designed to get a clean print result, without considering printing material consumption. However, you are free to rotate every part of the model the way it is more convenient for you. On 26.12.2016 the model files have been optimized and made solid. They now are adapted to be 3D printed using any slicing program. 3D model files are already available for purchase and download. ________________________ On 31.10.2017 new scale and new version of joints have been added. Now, the Timber Wolf 3D Model is available in two scale: 1/60 for Version 2 (FDM/FFF) and 1/100 for Version 3 (DLP/SLA/SLS). There are 48 parts in Version 2 (FDM/FFF) and 6 parts for Version 3 (DLP/SLA/SLS). Version 2 (FDM/FFF): - Is 1:60 scale and after being printed will stand 267 mm tall, 191 mm wide, 147 mm deep; - Made with new joints; - All movable elements of the Mech were saved. Version 3 (DLP/SLA/SLS): - Is 1:100 scale and will stand 161 mm tall, 115 mm wide, 88.7 mm deep; - Made with new joints; - All movable elements of the Mech were saved; - Has as few details as possible to keep printing costs down. With new joints from Version 2 and Version 3 you will get next advantages: 1. Increases frictional force; 2. Possible to up scale or down scale the whole model; 3. Printable from any type of material; 4. Higher strength; 5. Material shrinkage does not affect at strength and friction. STL files with new scale and new joints are already available for download in "Source files" tab for: - Version 2 - STL files on FDM/FFF 3D printers; - Version 3 - STL files on DLP/SLA/SLS 3D printers. Watch the tutorial video on how to assemble Timber Wolf MWO 3D Printing Miniature at Gambody YouTube channel. _______ FAQ: Where can I print a model if I have no printer? How to get started with 3D printing? How to set up my 3D printer? How to choose right 3D model print bed positioning? How to paint printed figurine?