Han Solo Blaster
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This is a blaster is a design for Han Solo from Star Wars
Designed originally by Alan Stanford
XYZPrinting DAvinci jr 1.0
A raft can help prevent warping, Supports are required for a proper print
I have decided to make a all in one file that is for the Makerbot Print app, and has everything that you would normally get but I have took the time to add it into 1 file, here is where it is at, if the link is broken, let me know
Hey guys because things have been slow lately, I would like to know what you would like me to make, this can be anything appropriate. To suggest an idea just add it into the comments.
Hey guys I should be making the han solo blaster on my new printer so expect to see that soon.
Hey guys, it seems that people have reported this thing as nsfw, I apologize for this, I will be looking into why it got marked as nsfw.
Hey guys, I have had the nsfw issue fixed and I know that I have not been checking on the thing page so often.
If you would like to print this but you have a small print bed then check out this remix
I have added some more pictures of the finished model
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