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by dragonator, published
All files of the Pip-Boy 3000 have been relocated
Makebot always had a few minor issues, but after Stratasys took over things went south quickly. With the Stratasys VS Affinia thing where they sued Affinia with "patents" I have already stopped posting on thingiverse, but with Makerbot trying to patent openly developed technologies, I have lost all of my remaining goodwill towards Makerbot.
In light of this recent behavior, I am relocating all my files to my own site: http://ytec3d.com and I will look into posting the designs on another platform as well. I advice everyone to consider if supporting this company is still the right choice for the development of 3D printing like it once was.
More things will be relocated when Makerbot decides to make another move.
To make one, print one of every part, print the PDF attached for the Geiger counter. Geiger counter was derived from this:
More photo's and instructions, go to the instructables page:
Assemble using glue and 5 M4 cylindrical screws and 2 M3 cylindrical screws.
Paint it as you like.
For everyone that wants to experiment with the model, improve on it or modify it for different use: I have included the Step file of the original shapemodel. This way you can modify the original to suit your need.
If you build or modify one, please share and credit. I love to see what other people can do with my models.
(I do not own any of the original design, they belong to Bethesda Softworks. I do own this model.)
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Pip-Boy 3000 by dragonator is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license.
What does this mean?
- You must attribute (give credit) to the creator of this Thing.
- Remixing or Changing this Thing is allowed.
- Commercial use is not allowed.
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