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p90 replica full size (operating paintball gearbox)

by ingedia Sep 28, 2015
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This is James Robbins FN P-90 from GrabCad (even the same thumbnails)

Wait is this a working paintball gun??

This is fucking lit. good stuff dude

Do you have it as a shell or as a shell with the ability to Mount air soft parts? Do you know of a way to make it into an airsoft functioning machine? Does it accept a magazine, and would you make an STL for a P90 magazine? Basically I want to make a homemade P90 airsoft gun along with magazine.

Alrighty, I think I will pass on this build. Sadly it looks like even a small scale replica would be 20 hours of print time due to the interior. Oh well. It looks cool though.

4 hrs 9 minutes

hey ! so you print it ? can i have a picture please :D and sorry but the mag is atached on the body ;D

I did not. Sadly, the interior of your build was hollow, and this bumped up print time due to supports. I think it is a really cool design, but the original design is too big for my printer, and a scaled down version is too thin to print.

Oh! is this a solid build? I'm assuming supports are needed, but is the interior populated by the final picture?

Magazine separate?

Could you at least publish the empty P90 plastic housings and the mag? That way someone may remix it with softair internals...

sorry , i delete the parts to keep only the assembly of the parts :')

It's far too large to print as a single unit. Could you upload the original parts again? I used to have one but sold it and miss the hell out of it :<

I'm also mechanically and electrically inclined so I have the very real possibility of turning this into an airsoft gun (some printable parts might be bought for reliability purposes) and create a guide, but first I need to be able to print it :)

keep in mind that an airsoft P90 is made of a single piece receiver so if you can't print it, you should maybe try to slice it using 3D builder from Windows 10 :) this Way you can fit it in your printer :)