The assembled guardian can be printed using the guardianwhole-final-repaired.stil file.
The individual parts (Body, Head, Head Connector, and the six legs) can be found with the rest of the files.
A few notes regarding the print:
- I didn't use infill for my print, and it is stable and sturdy as is. However, I do recommend using infill for further sturdiness and bulk.
- My printer has a very small print area, so I needed to print in parts. I used hot glue as to stick even parts of the legs together, and it's still very sturdy. Hot glue works well enough, but if I print this again in parts I'd probably use epoxy or something stronger. Since I printed in parts, I was able to keep the head loose so it can pivot around.
- It took at least 20-25 hours to completely print on my Micro M3D printer with no infill and with medium quality.