Nuclear Reactor Extreme Detail Version

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Nuclear Reactor Extreme Detail Version by vinnivanhood Apr 24, 2014


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I have completely redone my original model removing as much material as I could while increasing the stamina of the towers, and added the tower details and made them (and the rest of the model) as printable as possible. I also created a separate base.
I have also personally printed a model on my Form 1, scaled to 46%, and painted it which was the most difficult part! But I am quite pleased with my results which you can see if the pics. Hope everyone likes it!
donations loved: 122RjSHdETmi7VHbu4MDkFYsBHucGH16yn


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Jan 13, 2017 - Modified Jan 13, 2017

Pretty awesome. I'm thinking about doing a cool project with this. I'll let you know if I build it.

BTW I installed LED lighting in my build but I'm not good with electronics and it didnt work.

Yeah, my idea is something like that, using UV LEDs and glow in the dark green filament for the nuclear material. I think it would look great. I've done something like that before, a rotating DNA Lamp, you can check it out here: http://www.instructables.com/id/3D-Printed-DNA-Lamp/

Oh that is sweet! Really looking forward to it now!

Awesome, yeah be sure to post your make of it! Looking forward to it!

Just added a PreForm file for any Form 1 owners.

Between this and my earlier version there have been over 300 downloads so far, but I haven't seen anyone's prints yet, surely somebody else besides me has made one?!