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The redemptor dreadnought had movable arms and chest armor,but leg and waist still fixed.

Here is a Hg mobile worker, which is just about the right size, but for the Redeemptor Dreadnought's torso, this legs is too slender. especially the width of the crotch is too small(46mm),but it is extendable,will not unacceptable. and its feet have to be conversion or remade.
in generally,this leg's size is appopriate.

I don't have much interest in the redemptor dreadnought, but I stll hope someone ,mayl try to make a fully movable dreadnought.
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so the 1/144 HG mobile Worker is perfect to turn old-Marines Dreads into Nu-Marine Dreads

Harry, bring this ring to Narnia or the Sith will take the Enterprise

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 kodos wrote:
so the 1/144 HG mobile Worker is perfect to turn old-Marines Dreads into Nu-Marine Dreads


good idea.but there is need a exactly size of old-box dreadnought, clearly marked on the pictures. like this one.

NO,itsn't fited.the old-box dreadnought's torso too small.
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a quick picture

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Cybot scale

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Harry, bring this ring to Narnia or the Sith will take the Enterprise

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Looks about right for an alternate old dread, thanks for the scale shots and good luck with the conversion!

 
   
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with the torso of leviathan dreadnought.
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Redemptor dreadnoughts (or any other dreadnought, for that matter) can be made rotational at the waist using a pair of medium (or large) neodymium magnets.

If you want to go cheap, use 1 neodymium magnet at the limb socket, and a steel washer on the larger attachment core piece. Its all up to you.

Magnets make stowing away the mini easier too.

JD 
   
 
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