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TARDIS Prime Transformer Toy: Phone Booth in Disguise


Remember Jason Casteel’s cool Transfomers-meets-Doctor Who T-shirt? Thingiverse member Andrew Lindsey not only remembers it, he was inspired by it to make a 3D printed toy. Behold, TARDIS Prime in 3D! Vworp Vworp!

tardis prime transformer toy by andrew lindsey

Andrew had to deviate from Jason’s drawing in order to make the toy transformable from a phone booth to a robot and vice-versa. At least he still has the red bow tie.

Andrew says he’s not fully satisfied with the toy. For one thing, the toy needs a lot of plastic to be printed, and it’s made of more than 70 parts. Also, it can’t stand on its own because it’s too top-heavy. I guess you could say that it’s… wibbly wobbly. YEEEEAA– Sorry. Andrew is thinking of designing a smaller version of the toy, but you can already print G1 TARDIS Prime if you want. Just download the files from Andrew’s Thingiverse page.


Comments (2):

  1. Abel Undercity says:

    Would a Cyberman head be too over-the-top? Oo, maybe still keep the Optimus Prime faceplate.

    I know, I should just get my own printer… lol

  2. Lucas says:

    Is there a way for me to buy one of these? Don’t have a printer, but this is a MUST HAVE

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