Ghostbusters 2 Giga Meter

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Ghostbusters 2 Giga Meter by ERankLuck Oct 1, 2015


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This is a model I did for the Giga Meter from Ghostbusters 2. You can find my work on GBFans under the account Tyrael

I'm releasing the deluxe 3D models of my project that are designed to include electronics like a 7-segment display, servos for the rotating ears, flickering LEDs, a motor for the spinning dome, and a small speaker.

You'll need to mirror the handle half once and print two of the Realistic Microphone models for a full Giga kit. The handle is also designed for a disc potentiometer and pushbutton in any electronics you put in. I recommend using threaded inserts in the larger holes between certain parts and screws to bring it all together. Glue or ABS juice can be used to put the other parts together more permanently.

Under no circumstances should this model be used for sale by anyone. This means you, VideoBob. If you would like to make your own meter from these files, please be sure to credit Shawn Gealow for the original modeling of the prop, as is the bare minimum required with the Creative Commons license. I put a lot of time and effort into these and love seeing people using them!

Please note that I accidentally included the wrong handle files in the original release of this kit. I will update this page with the correct ones when I am able.

UPDATE 8 APRIL 2016: Forgot to add the dome crossbraces to the collection. This has been rectified. Print both and you can put them together via the notches in them.

Folks, apparently someone is selling this model at comic conventions, notably one in Maryland. Knock it off. You agree to the CC license when you download the files. Do not breach it.

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am i confused? both handles look the same and seem to be right side only not left and right.

The previous handle did not have the ribbing details on the top. The revised version does, which is what's currently in the file list above. I removed the old handle file.

One file for both handles is intentional. Just mirror it in your slicer of choice (eg Cura).

What was wrong with the original handle file? Also is this the file that is still here

There are some minor details I added to a later revision. Thanks for reminding me to replace the file, I'll do so right after posting this.