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Halo Pistol

by dan0nator, published

Halo Pistol by dan0nator 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 am having issues with the Halo_Slide_v4.stl file it has many holes and errors, netfab crashes just loading it, slic3r will open it but the code file after that has many missing parts on the top of the slide and the sites. Could you assist me in repairing the file?
By 0.3 infill do you mean 30% infill or 0.3% infill

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

I am having issues with the Halo_Slide_v4.stl file it has many holes and errors, netfab crashes just loading it, slic3r will open it but the code file after that has many missing parts on the top of the slide and the sites. Could you assist me in repairing the file?
By 0.3 infill do you mean 30% infill or 0.3% infill
how long does it take dude
I made one and did a full video on printing both as a single piece and assembled at 125% bit.ly/P3MPfP
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.
That is excellent! I will be watching closely! Now to order some grey PLA...
new model is done, testing the print over the next few days then i will upload the finished parts.
i used superglue. works like a champ. my 5 year old has dropped it many times without issue.
Is this a glue required assembly, or do the parts bolt/clip-on together?
i will upload the full model later today.
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.
Agreed, a version without the raft would totally rock.
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