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Interstellar Space Jarhead - LightningWater Cannon

by outofstep, published

Interstellar Space Jarhead - LightningWater Cannon by outofstep Apr 26, 2014


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The perfect addition to the Technically Proficient Interstellar Space Jarhead.

  • Updated the tread connector. Simpler for an easier print.... Still though, I need to redesign all of the connector, make a brand new one.*..

Also, make sure you scale it! Dont have one on hand, so the overall scale most likely isnt correct. I'm guessing 1.5 of uploaded parts? If you know it, please post up.

Trying to stay in line with Games Workshop IP Policy. If any GW employee or representative wishes me to remove or alter any designs, let me know and I will comply with expediency. Below I’ve outlined how I tried to comply with their policies.
Overall - None of these are exact replicas. I tried to add abit of my own take on things or modification to the design. Ei kitbash it abit. Additionally, all models should just be used for painting practice. Practice messing up a paint job on a print, not your actual GW model.
Copyrights - I tried to make sure a “significant part” was not the same. Style, yes. Copied, no.
Trademark - I’ve removed all specific Trademarks. Ex: Aquila
Non-commercial - I’m making no money from this
Professional Distribution - I’m not a professional artist, using any of these as a portfolio advertisement. Just a hobbiest tinkering
Damage our brand - Not doing that. GW IP is a pretty cool universe. Hence the reason I wanted to make models that “live” in it.
Make it clear you’re doing it unofficial - I’m doing this UNOFFICIALLY.
Use trademarks appropriately - I tried to remove all trademarks
Derivative Works - I believe most of these models would fall under derivative works, two are three models might not, but I think most do.
Non-commercial recasting and 3D printing - I have not scanned any of GW’s IP.

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1.5 might be a little large I printed one and it is larger than the produced one. I am going to try one at 1.3 and see how the sizing looks.

I'm having some problems printing the side tracks, my printer keeps printing the sides it two pieces and leavening a gap I think it's because of the internal walls in the design. I am new to the hobby and don't no how to remove them yet. Can you point out how I can solve this

I am that guy that used a portion of your design in a model I'm currently selling on Shapeways. I'm very sorry if I offended you or any other designer here on Thingiverse. I'm a designer too and plagiarism wasn't my intent. I didn't see any copyright restrictions on the items on this site and since they were free to download I assumed anyone posting item here waved their right to them. Please accept my deepest professional apology.

I just recently have entered into the 3D design world and these models have given me a starting point to create items for my army. True they are for sale but I am the only one that has bought them so far.

Another designer has contacted me already to request I add him as a design credit, which I'm more than happy to do, but, if you request It, I will remove them from my store.

Bit of a weak excuse when every page on Thingiverse has a dedicated section titled "LICENSE" right there in the sidebar. How hard must you have looked if you missed the fact that this model was listed under a CC Non-Commercial, Share-Alike license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/)

I wonder if space goblins might steal this to make it into a microtank?

Space Goblins can do anything they want. :) Actually, I'm in the middle of working on a "loota kit," that way they can steal anything they want.