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Bastion Overwatch

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Starting on my new project, this time i will build Bastion from the computer game Overwatch.
This will be fully 3D printed.
Bastion will have Blue LEDS in his head and torso, rotating head, and be able to speak.
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3D Printer
This project will be printed with a Makerbot replicator 5th Gen printer.
- 0.2 layer hight
- 30% infill
- Supports
- Raft
Printed with PLA 1,75mm
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Hardware
ASrock Beebox-s
- Intel i5-6200U
- 8GB DDR4
- M.2 SSD 256GB

The motherboard will be taken out of its orginal beebox-s enclosure and use it in Bastions torso.

 

Planning
This case will be about 70cm high and printed in 259 parts, some parts will be combined together with printing, rest will be glued together.
After all parts are printed i will use sandpaper,sprayfiller and paint to get a smooth surface and the correct color on the model.
The computer i will use for this project is a ASRock Beebox-s barebone.
Will also make a displaystand that i can use for LAN-parties

Progress
Here are some parts that are done printing
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This project will take some time. Some of the biggest parts will take about 25-30 hours to print, the smaller parts will only take 1-3 hours of printing.

 

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One of his legs are now sanded and sprayed with primer. Ready for painting :D
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Leg done painting:
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Some progress on his body and head. This is there the computer will be mounted.
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started to paint his torso, still some details here and there missing, but its starting to take shape :)
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Bastion is powered on with a remote :)

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Picture from the first Overwatch play test
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Overwatch is playable with Medium graphic settings, but had to run it on Low settings to get a smoother and better FPS.
The Builtin graphic adapter is a Intel HD 520, but works :)

 

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Turret added. The red,orange and black cable is for the servo
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Added a coolermaster fan for better air flow. will drill some small holes under the fan after i have mounted a temperature sensor.

 

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Added Arduino, MusicAngel and Mp3 module for speech and head movement.
(does not look so good, but its working :P)
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3Watt speaker added. Allso did some cable management.

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