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Strutosfear

General Robot added 1 month ago

tanky walker with some "strutforcing"

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Comments
4
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4
Practical Rating
10.0
Creative Rating
9.8
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Function rating by TekhnikaKR10.0
Creative rating by TekhnikaKR9.5
Function rating by tdf11310.0
Creative rating by tdf11310.0
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tdf113
1 month ago
Excellent use of struts! Well done!

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
TekhnikaKR
1 month ago
Nicely made, very beautiful :)
9.5/10, the back part is a little bit simple :P
Great job :D

Ratings 10.0 practical and 9.5 creative0
m4sterbl4aster65
1 month ago
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m4sterbl4aster65
1 month ago
I am also not very happy with the back part, but i had to connect the upper struts with the core . actually i am building a xl-version with 3 legs, 14 blasters, 2 flaks and 5 nanos. the back part is also only a compromise solution due to the functionality .

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