An arm here, a leg there and some guns here, here, there and all the way over there
Build-A-Bot Workshop - Customisable Urban Neutralization & Tactics - STL
Before the consumer research drones were busy bring targeted marketing to the masses with their unique brand of hostile negotiations the urban neutralization drones were a mainstay of the corporations. Used primarily to clear the populace from whole sections of the city and open ground for de-cycling of materials. They were the starting point for a cycle of gentrification, preparing the area for the now homeless denizens to find aspirational new lives in the Re-fab housing and trendy outlets.
These droids are now yours to place with your front line troops where they can carry out their simple programming and keep up the killing frenzy, the build-a-bot kits allow you to customise your force with various combinations of arms, legs and bodies, add weapons for flavour then send them out to grill your opponent.
This STL file set is designed for resin printers and will print best with a 0.02 to 0.05mm layer height, FDM may be used however some details may be missed.
Supports are needed for this model
It fits any Sci-fi, Dystopian future, post- apocalyptic or collapsed society.
This Model pack is a variation on the CRD set but with a more millitary focus
The models measure approx.:
26mm x 26mm x 35mm @28mm scale
It is designed for 28mm table top games such as:
Judge Dredd, Necromunda, Fallout Wasteland, Infinity, Konfilkt ’47, Kill Team, WH40K, sci-fi RPG’s and Star Wars Legion. They are also good to add flavour to RPG’s such as SLA Industries and Paranoia!
See the short story post on the Birth of the CRD for more details about these urban pacification specialists and how a rather strung out office professional dreamt them into being.
See the blog post notes on scales about resizing STL files
Some of the images supplied are computer generated and are for reference. They are images of the files that will be 3D printed.
Print in place parts may need some work to loosen them up after print. Once free, run them through full travel several times to wear them in.