With all the parts printed it's time to assemble the turret. Most of the assembly is too complicated to explain in just words, but the pictures also do a great part of the explaining.
The first thing to do is to tap all of the M3 holes with an ordinary M3 screw or bolt. Most screws screw directly into the plastic, reducing the amount of nuts needed. (photo of all M3 holes)
One of the micro servo's needs to be modified so it has the wires com from the bottom instead of the side. There simply wasn't enough room to have the wires com from the side. This servo also needs to get on of it's flanges trimmed so it will fit, bus this will show itself when you are mounting the servo.
Both sides of the shells of the guns (turret gun top and bottom) were linked with 2 M3 screws. Because 3D printing leaves a small amount of shrink in the first layers, the bottom is slightly warped. This left an ugly gap between the two shells. I fixed this by welding the two pieces together after linking them.
The 608 bearing was press fitted in the part named "Turret swivel V2". Then the servo circular mount was attached to the bottom of the swivel. This swivel assembly was attached to a centered standard servo.
When assembling the eye, first press fit the laser into the eye hole. Center the micro servo with the hole at the bottom an mount the eye swivel on top. Then use some small pieces of 3mm rod (I used pieces of M3 thread) to fix the eye in the swivel. Some glue was used to fix the rod in the eye.
The remaining servo's are centered and horns are attached that will be connected to the moving parts with linkages.
Next the servo's are attached in the frame. The standard servo's are attached by screwing them to on of the halves of the body, the micro servo's simply slide in place. When later the body is done and both halves are joined, the micro servo's will be stuck in between.
When all servo's are centered and everything is in place, the linkages can be placed. I used wire to connect the servo arms to the holes in the eye and gun swivel. there are no real measurement here to follow, just make sure that the linkage holds the part in the middle.
Lastly the led in the eye and the leds in the guns are placed. The leds in the gun should fit quite well, but you can use glue to stick them in place. The led for the eye is jammed between the two halves and doesn't require any glue.
The legs are cut out of 4mm rod and 3mm thick aluminum. I simply followed the guides to get all parts in the right shape. The aluminum legs slot in the 3D printed leg pieces, though some force may be required. The wires of the leg fit in the 3D printed base and legs pieces without too much trouble. Next use 2k epoxy glue to glue the legs into place. This was the hardest part because the parts keep moving before the glue sets.
Lastly the antennas are cut from some 1-2mm wire and bent according to the guides. The biggest antenna goes in the outer most hole, the shorter straight antenna goes more towards the center.