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Ghostbusters - Ghost Trap

by daniel_nelms, published

Ghostbusters - Ghost Trap by daniel_nelms Jul 2, 2013

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I got the idea to build one of these while searching around gbfans.com

The design is based on "Sean's ghost trap plans" which can be found here: gbfans.com/equipment/plans/

The trap doors and body will need to be pained to match the prop but the doors should open/close. There is plenty of room for electronics inside should you want to but in some actuators, lights, leds, etc.

Otherwise everything is printable! Most of the parts will glue together.
I will post more updates / pictures later. Feel free to expand on the design and make comments/suggestions on how I can improve it!

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I ain't afraid of no ghost.

Cool stuff!!!can't wait for the proton backpack :P

Cool you should post it! Variety is a good thing. :)

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Anonymous on Dec 3, 2013 said:

I ain't afraid of no ghost.

DiMarzio on Aug 4, 2013 said:

Cool stuff!!!can't wait for the proton backpack :P

Alpha_Pi_Rho on Jul 12, 2013 said:

CRAP! I've been working on this same project for a while now. I was almost done and I haven't been able to work on it in a month or so. Oh well. Good job. I'll probably still post mine at some point. I was going off those same plans. He leaves a lot of room for variations so mine looks slightly different.

daniel_nelms on Jul 12, 2013 said:

Cool you should post it! Variety is a good thing. :)

tomburtonwood on Jul 4, 2013 said:

¡¡¡ Don't cross the streams !!!

RobTFirefly on Jul 2, 2013 said:

YES! I was hoping folks would start doing some serious GB prop work over here.

Nicely done!

daniel_nelms on Jul 2, 2013 said:

Thanks, I still need to design a foot pedal for this but I want to make it to scale and have not found any measurements yet.

I think next I will work on a PKE Meter, saving the proton pack for later. That one is going to be more complicated...

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