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Ryan1705

Fallout 76 Pip-Boy 2000 Mk VI

by Ryan1705 Aug 20, 2018
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how do I attach the right keyboard bracket? I can't see it in the pictures

Simmilar to the left really, insert one end into the hole on the holotape box and the other into the hole in the screen.

Hello ! I am just printing this, and I was wondering where can I find this radiation meter and that Pip-Boy sign ?

Hi! thanks for printing my pip boy! I just used screenshots from the trailer, the jpegs are up there with the files, though I'm sure there are better pictures out there now

Thanks. And also, haven't you considered making the Radbox parts independently and more detailed ? Think it would look even more better. I would made them on my own, but I am still just starting with 3D printing and I don't know how to. Anyway I really appreciate what are you doing, and looking forward from more models from you.

Thanks, when i modified vichtors WIP file to be 3d printable i wasn't very good at modelling myself, so i didn't change much, give it a try! you never know how good you are until you try!

Hello! I have downloaded the files and there are two parts that confuse me a bit: the small velcro and big velcro should both be printed so they can make the full brace right? I presume it should be that way, but i would just like some clarification! Thank you either way for leaving such a detailed build for free here :).

Yup! Just print the small velcro and big velcro, it should be clearer to be honest, i named them after what they were called in the original files by victhor, wasn't sure what to call it myself, thanks for printing it! look forward to your print! ;D

Thank you so much! I will make sure i post my make here!

So I see there is a actual Pip Kit sold now. Anyone compared dimensions?
https://www.thinkgeek.com/product/ksig/

yes, I had a friend on a facebook group compare the kit and my print, dimensions are more or less right, the buttons are a tad small and the screen border is a little off, it's not 100% accurate but at about a meter or two away you can hardly tell the difference!

Unfortunately, it seems the F360 file is missing, as it is not under Thing Files.

Perhaps you could give it a look. Having the altered F360 file would make life much easier.

Thanks.

oh! so it is, sorry bout that, will update.

Thank you sir! I greatly appreciate it.

No problem! glad to help!

where are the decals?

all the way to the right of the pictures of the pipboy, theyre just screenshots of the trailer really

Just started printing this for my 16month old for a convention. scaled down by 60%. i had to cut the rad box and tape in half so they printed with the least amount of supports.

Awesome!!! look forward to seeing it! gonna be so cute!

Took me way to long to realize leatherBig and leathersmall weren't 2 different versions but 2 different parts of the model.

oh haha, that what they were called in the original fusion file, and I didn't know what else to call them, any suggestions that I could change it to?

sleeve one and sleeve two or, arm part one and two.

This print is the best but... it needs holotapes

Definitely does! im not the best at cad, so maybe you could try your hand at it? all the Fusion files are in the files section. :D

I will try! :D

Would you be willing to cut it so the screen itself could be an insert? I'm planning to do the screen like the 3000 MkI that I'm working on: https://www.reddit.com/r/3Dprinting/comments/9m69j2/using_lithophane_for_static_screen_on_pip_boy/

oh that's a great idea! I think it would be better if you did it as you know the sizes and tolerances, and the wiring for the backlight aswell, id also need to make some aesthetics compromises to have a groove to fit it in, the fusion 360 file in under thing files, you can use the original F360 file under "remixed from" if you need a more broken down version.

Actually I just used the original part that already had a hole for the screen and the electronics are just going to be a string of fairy lights. :D But I'll take a look see at the original and see what I can come up with.

look forward to see what you do with it! ;D

Besides using epoxy, did you use any screws to put the finished product together? If so, what screws, nuts and/or bolts were used?

BTW this is freaking amazing and I can't wait to make this!!!

Thanks, the only screws i used were on the dial which i drilled holes for and serve no structural purpose, all the "pins" i designed in are enough, just went an entire convention without a single thing coming loose, that being said though, i used quite a lot of epoxy to be safe. Look forward to seeing your make!

Thank you for this thing! Thumbs up to you!

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Thanks! you're welcome. :)

Question: What did you use for the wire meshing ? Got a link to a good product ?

If you have any, check out the Dollar Store. They had pencil & pen cups of different sizes made of the same mesh material.

oo yeah that sounds perfect! never thought of that

I used some aluminium mesh I had lying around which I bought years ago (and can't remember where), I've looked around for something similar but only found that its sold in bulk usually going for no less than $10, http://modelshop.co.uk/Shop/Item/Aluminium-expanded-mesh-2-0mm-spacing/ITM6493 this looks like it might work, though ive never tried it, just search aluminium mesh, good luck!

Awesome design! Time to fix my printer ;)