Digital Kit Design » The Okse (32mm scale gaming mecha)

I get asked to tailor existing 3D kit designs for tabletop gaming a lot, but it’s more work than most realize since most of my work has fit tolerances and articulations built in for larger print scales. Simply reducing them doesn’t always work since parts no longer slot and details …

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Digital Redesign » Clyde.A2

A few years ago I designed and released the Clyde.A, a 1/6 scale resin kit which used aluminum ball joints, machine screws, and nuts to make the robot fully articulated. I was able to produce 3 batches of it before the physical kit portion of my Industria Mechanika (iMech) productions …

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Digital Kit Design » Armis Terram Type-F7 Mecha

Giant robots… if you have been following me the past 20 years, you know how much a giant robot fan I am and always have been. Most of my model-kit gallery is filled with them, and I love designing them. So obviously I had to design at least one as …

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Digital Kit Design » AUG Otis.M

The Autonomous Utility Group (AUG) Otis.M is the military version of the popular Otis.A semi-autonomous construction mecha. (That design variant only exists in my mind currently) This small piloted mech features wheeled feet and a narrow width making it perfect for rapid urban deployment. After the release of my fully-articulated …

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Completed » Clyde.A Autonomous Utilitor

Order the Clyde.A Full-Action 1:6 Robot Kit Exclusively at Industria Mechanika!   When I first started my company, Industria Mechanika, I fully expected to be making 6+ new kit designs a year on my own, by hand. That mindset didn’t last long thanks to collaborations and 3D printing and before …

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