Star Wars LPA NN-14 Rey's Blaster Pistol w/ Compartment for Electronics
by greggo, published
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This is my model of the blaster that Han Solo gives Rey in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
As soon as I saw this blaster I knew I needed it so I immediately learned blender and made it. This is my first model I've made from scratch so constructive criticism is welcome! The screws are missing because I have real Torx Security panhead screws I wanted to use. If you want to print them I'm sure you can just superglue them to the holes to cover them up.
I even left a compartment and a hole in the barrel for if you want to put an LED in it!
Thanks to Bowie for experimenting. You need:
"for the body we used 24 pcs of M3 - .50 x 6
for the grip we used 4 pcs of M4 - .70 x 10"
plus 4 random hard drive screws because they are tiny
or you can print the heads and glue them on
NOTE: You cannot take my design and sell it on eBay without my consent, message me first and then we can talk
EDIT: 1/2/2016: I updated the files so that they are the right dimensions and proper orientation on the bed
Only the Top Power Cell Portion needs supports
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