Just checked out the model, shouldn't be a problem. Very nice design. I have the CAD software to properly scale the parts.
Here are some more details about the polycarbonate. As far as printing goes, smaller parts are the ideal candidates. Some of those larger parts will most certainly warp...just the nature of the beast. PC would be great for the smaller, intricate parts as it is an amazingly strong material. Using it in the high stress areas would be ideal. PC is also much more expensive...~$40-50 per LB, not KG.
I would say I could get started a few days after I receive the dual extruder. (I could get started on some of the parts sooner as some are rather simple, as far as printing goes) I'll let you know as soon as I receive it.
In the mean time, I'll download the model and run a simulation to estimate the plastic usage to be able to give you a pretty accurate estimate of how much plastic is needed. Just glancing at it real quick, it shouldn't be an extraordinary large amount of plastic. Maybe a roll or 3, tops. But ill get you more accurate numbers in the next couple of days.
Also, think about what color or colors you want. There is a decent selection of colors and you can mix and match and get creative if you want to. But each color equals a separate spool purchase.
This will be a first in the crypto world. My printer was paid with cash, but I used BTC for many other things I used to use cash for which afforded me the printer...so indirectly, crypto paid for the printer. It it will be the first prosthetic device completely funded with crypto! Newegg has filament and takes BTC. Amazon also has filament, could use purse.io to use BTC. We could be doing something real great for crypto awareness...some positive news for the usage of crypto...this is gonna be fun!