No Man's Sky Atlas (With Stand)

by In3Designs, published

No Man's Sky Atlas (With Stand) by In3Designs Oct 6, 2015


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Congratulations to Hello Games for all the success with No Man's Sky! Display the Atlas in your home and show some support!


Printing The Atlas- https://youtu.be/7Dyt5tpTTSg
Printing The Atlas Stand- https://youtu.be/k-VOwiaA7IU

Game page: http://www.no-mans-sky.com/

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Awesome design! Printing it right now, looks good so far. If it prints badly, I'm pretty sure it's the printer. I'm using a $200 MonoPrice Select Mini 3D printer.

Thank you! I hope it prints well!

I just finished printing this off. First off, let me say that this is pretty sweet. I do have a few comments though.

1) It would be cooler if the slot on the base would be tilted back some so Atlas would stand more straight up instead of the slight lean forwards that it has.
2) I've seen different views of Atlas and some of them have the front face open so you see the red circle like you have it and other pictures I've seen where one half of the front face is closed so you can only see a quarter of the red circle.
3) I have always seen Atlas turned an eighth of the way so the edge of the prism is facing out instead of the flat side of the prism. You can just turn the slot the eighth of a turn and then it will fit in and show it with the edge facing out