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Halo Pistol

by danielmcclain, published

Halo Pistol by danielmcclain Feb 22, 2013

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Halo Pistol split from small model found online. some minor tweeks to make the print work

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I made one and did a full video on printing both as a single piece and assembled at 125% http://bit.ly/P3MPfP

new model is done, testing the print over the next few days then i will upload the finished parts.

That is excellent! I will be watching closely! Now to order some grey PLA...

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Instructions

printed on a printRbot with 2 shells and .3 fill.
Added V4 of slide STL
Added entire Pistol STL

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Barnacules on Apr 15, 2014 said:

I made one and did a full video on printing both as a single piece and assembled at 125% http://bit.ly/P3MPfP

danielmcclain on Mar 22, 2013 said:

new version is in progress, this will be a shell version for less plastic use. i am moving to auto cad inventor, so its a complete redraw. it might take a few days to complete. the hope is to have moving parts. My kids quickly got tired of the solid non moving prop.

FuelCell250 on Mar 22, 2013 said:

That is excellent! I will be watching closely! Now to order some grey PLA...

danielmcclain on Feb 27, 2013 said:

i used superglue. works like a champ. my 5 year old has dropped it many times without issue.

tbm0115 on Feb 27, 2013 said:

Is this a glue required assembly, or do the parts bolt/clip-on together?

danielmcclain on Feb 25, 2013 said:

i will upload the full model later today.

cyclone on Feb 22, 2013 said:

You should maybe include the whole model in case someone wants to cut it differently. And the thin raft modeled on the parts is unnecessary/unwanted since if it is needed it can be added in the slicer when the user prints it.

FuelCell250 on Mar 4, 2013 said:

Agreed, a version without the raft would totally rock.

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