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Star Wars - NN-14 - Reys Blaster

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Star Wars - NN-14 - Reys Blaster by lilykill Dec 26, 2015
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This is Reys Blaster, or the NN-14 from Star Wars the Force Awakens. When printed it does seem a bit small but the scale is the closest I can make it with the images available. For the fasteners that are all over the weapon, I holes I've make are for M3 and M2 screws. From the images they look like socket cap button head screws but could also be small torx screws.

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Update 03/01/16
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Is it possible to separate the two sides from the main body?

Currently, no. Im busy on other projects.

Almost done printing this, lovely job, thank you!

What length of screws did you use? I don't want to crack things if I can avoid it!

Thanks again, I think it's really lovely.

As far as glue, I have been using Loctite Gel Control CA glue, which seems to work very well.

Jun 1, 2016 - Modified Jun 1, 2016
lilykill - in reply to SDGEEK

I havent sorted that out yet, but for the model I used M3x6mm Socket button head screws.

quick question to anyone really. best way to stick together PLA parts, Ive tried super glue, useless tbh, so anyone with any ideas really appreciate it, holding me back printing better stuff that requires parts.

i use gorilla 2 part epoxy works well for me

I have printed all the parts i just need to know how to put it together. Help anyone?!

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Whats the best way to set these up for printing? Do you want the main body to be stood up straight, or on its side? will the grooves in the cylinder print well if they are upright? Thanks!

You could do either, either way you'll need support material.

This feels like it is missing plate on the back of the gun to bring it more flush, or tapered toward the body.

Jan 13, 2016 - Modified Jan 13, 2016

Just printed this for my daughter and I love it. Great work. The size will be perfect for her. Just took a picture of the prop replica at Disney's Hollywood Studios last weekend. I'll post the dimensions if I can compute them from the angles of the pic (t's behind glass). By the way, your title reads NN-44 instead of NN-14. I only noticed when a google search came up empty for this gun using NN-44.

oK great. An the names changed thanks for the info.

I think the key to sizing are the grips. They look like the grips from a broomhandle Mauser. That is the gun Han's blasters were made from. I hope this helps.

That makes sence, from the rough DL44 model I made, I got the grips as roughly 80mm long but this is a scaled dimension, reys grips I have as 73mm. Ill have to have a proper look for the right dimension, then it'll almost perfect.

Hi I have almost finished mine I have printed it and will be putting the files up soon. I am also having trouble with scale and the overall length of mine is 360mm. For me the size is fine but for Rey the blaster will be far to big. It can be scaled down but did you have any dimensions or like me using photos to estimate the size?

Dec 29, 2015 - Modified Dec 29, 2015
lilykill - in reply to Simon66

I used a reference image where han is passing it to rey. I was looking at the way he was holding it to get a rough idea of the grip size. Then I found a side view of the gun and simply scaled the image to suit that measurement and then used that.

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