MIB Neuralizer

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MIB Neuralizer by slamzee Nov 19, 2012
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From a Google Sketchup file, cleaned up and cut in half.


Printed at 15% infill, and 1 shell. Glue together and paint as desired.

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I find it kinda funny that this is thing 35000, anyone else?

I'd like to take a crack at modifying this file, but I'm having trouble importing the STL into solidworks. Any tips would be great, thanks!

How could you print it like that ? the top of the bottom has et outside step you can print !
I had to cut the upper part to print it in 3 parts

I cheated.  I held a small pocket knife blade under the extruder when it reached that area, and held it up until it hardened  

This would be super awesome if you could add a little bright white LED that would really flash

I wonder if you could fit the flash from a disposable camera into this...

you would probably need to make an external pack like young K had :P disposible camera flash circuits arent that small yet :(

No, but you could certainly make an LED circuit that could simulate the flash. Use a red or blue LED depending on which movie you want to replicate/

Go with the old school first MIB movie (or from the series)
Would need a really small circuit, a button battery, a spring, and a latch button to do it justice :)