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3D printing Gillian's Blaster 
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Been teaching myself 3d modelling in Solidworks for the last few months for a bit of fun. The first model I ever designed was Gillian's blaster, though in hindsight, the way i did it was really janky meaning it'd be nigh on impossible to 3D print properly. Image

Ended up buying a 3D printer, so am going to remodel it in a way I can print. Modeling it to be 33cm long, 5cm shorter than in the instructions, but scales nicely with a replica Beretta I have.
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Modeled the lower barrel bit where what I assume is the laser sight is housed. Working on the upper barrel this evening. Hopefully should be able to print that in the next few days.
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That's awesome, thanks for sharing it. Hope to see the results soon, it is a lot of work.

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Had a play around with the upper part of the gun. Couple of tweaks and I'll be happy with it. Designed the upper part to break down into 3 pieces so i can easily print it.

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What's with the cord going to the bottom of the blaster on one of the pictures?


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Thepirategamerboy12 wrote:
What's with the cord going to the bottom of the blaster on one of the pictures?


It's the cable for the Xbox light-gun that I was using for the size comparison.


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Nixon wrote:
Thepirategamerboy12 wrote:
What's with the cord going to the bottom of the blaster on one of the pictures?


It's the cable for the Xbox light-gun that I was using for the size comparison.

OH. I thought that was actually the blaster you're trying to make. I guess I should pay more attention, next time. :lol: I like your work, so far, though.


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