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Minigun (TF2)

by andrewcolombo96, published

Minigun (TF2) by andrewcolombo96 Feb 10, 2013

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Modeled in Cinema 4D. Based off of the standard minigun in Team Fortress 2.

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Nice! I play TF2!

Nice! I play TF2!

Hey Andrew, gotta say i LOVE this model, and would really like to print it.

its been said before that the scale is way out, i just imported it into netfabb, and its calculating the dimensions of the minigun_tank_and_body as following;

length at 353 feet (107622.07MM) Width at 114.44 feet (34882.38MM) Height at 72.83 feet (22197.39MM)

i do plan to scale this and print it, just thought i would let you know.

also thanks for your hard work in creating this!

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Print each of the three parts separately and glue together. The big tank part will need a lot of support structure

Hey Andrew, gotta say i LOVE this model, and would really like to print it.

its been said before that the scale is way out, i just imported it into netfabb, and its calculating the dimensions of the minigun_tank_and_body as following;

length at 353 feet (107622.07MM) Width at 114.44 feet (34882.38MM) Height at 72.83 feet (22197.39MM)

i do plan to scale this and print it, just thought i would let you know.

also thanks for your hard work in creating this!

It's amazing. but I cant get the right scale. Buddy, Can you tell me the right size of each part? Thx

This is cool, but unprintable in it's current state.

I was going to fix the intersecting faces and break this up into pieces for printing, but sketchup isn't happy about the super complex geometry, I hope to get around to it soon though!

okay I separated it. could you try printing it? :D

Great, thanks buddy! I'll work on this, this Wednesday.

I will gladly separate it out for you! Check back around the end of the weekend and it will probably be more accurate using the original c4d file anyway.

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