Fallout Microfusion Cell Replica

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Fallout Microfusion Cell Replica by Hyena_Of_Doom Nov 29, 2012

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This is a replica of the Microfusion cell Ammunition for the Laser Rifle in fallout 3/ Fallout new Vegas. I made it as accurate as I could to the in-game model but as usual with small items there wasn’t too much to go on.


Very simple all parts print fine without support and just slot together the only other item you need is a 30mm M3 machine screw (or you could just glue/use acetone to stick the halves together).

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I love this thing. I hollowed it out, enlarged it 25%, and fit 5 18650 batteries inside it. it may not be scale, but I have a little under 15,000 mAh in it, and it's now my favorite charger. it keeps my phone charged about 3 days on moderate use.

This looks very printable! Thankyou :)

Hey man, mmind if I take these and hollow them out to have a cool container?

You have been doing amazing work. You are just missing the voltage labels around teh positive side. But it is great.