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TARDIMUS PRIME, A 3-D Printed TARDIS Transformer


Don't even act like Tardimus Prime isn't the best name you've ever heard of. Unless you've heard of Optimus Tard, in which case, fine, you win. This is the 3-D printed TARDIS Transformer developed and assembled by Thingiverse member Ellindsey. If you have your own MakerBot 3-D printer you can use the included files to print the pieces out and make one yourself. Don't have a 3-D printer yet? Welcome to the club -- we meet in the alley behind my apartment and rummage through the dumpsters looking for things we can use to make garbage sculptures.

Hit the jump for a couple more shots.




Thanks to ChaosLex, who loves chaos so much he assembled Tardimus Prime with legs for arms and arms for legs.

There are Comments.
  • Jason Storey

    i love dr who but tardimus prime just sounds like a paint licking roman...

  • Superior_Joe

    So, just dousing the magnificent tardis in a bunch of transformers suck sauce.

  • Bobert

    Opti Mustard? Not the seasoning we need, but the one we deserve.

  • Chad Burton


  • JamesHaswell

    Tardimus Tard.

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