Sierra Madre Radio

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Sierra Madre Radio by TCorgard Aug 20, 2012
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This is the radio you first see before you black out and get taken to The Sierra Madre. In Dead Money for Fallout New Vegas.

It is close, i drew it from just a screen capture of the front. I could play the game again and get it much closer, but will have to wait and see.

UPDATE: I relooked at my CAD file and noticed it was not curvy enough for a 50's style radio, so I softened a bunch of edges. Radio_v2.stl should be more realistic.


I have not printed this yet, since I drew it to scale which is about 12" tall.

The uploaded file is much much smaller. Scale it to how you feel. Use about 10%-20% infill. You might need some support

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This was drawn to copy this radio http://static2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120827224806/fallout/images/d/d2/SM_radio.jpg. And the game is set in the 1950's style. I am into older radios as well. But you could let the developers of the game know their mistake.

That's more of a 1930's style radio than a 1950's style, just as an FYI (one reason I built a 3D printer was to make parts for my antique radios - I collect, repair and restore them). Very art-deco.