This Thing is a recreation of the renowned Golden Gun from the James Bond movie The Man with the Golden Gun starring Roger Moore as Bond and Christopher Lee as the titular "man": assassin Francisco Scaramanga. In the movie, the gun is assembled from a collection of innocuous golden items: a lighter, cigarette case, pen, and cuff-link. This gun became very popular for it's appearance in the N64 game GoldenEye where it's one shot kill was a very effective way to rack up kills in Deathmatch. Using reference images from the film and measurements of some of the real world items, I recreated the gun in Fusion 360 to be fairly accurate and faithful to the prop.
Everything should print fine without supports. All items have been organized in the .zip file by what item they are and where they go should be evident.
The only item not printed is the hinge for the lighter. For that, I used a dollhouse door hinge from a hobby store. It is 14mm at the edge with the hinge part being 9mm x 2mm. There are also a number of areas for 6mm x 2mm disc magnets to be installed to keep things together a little better without relying on friction alone. Also, a 5mm ball magnet can be put in the pen butt and bullet brass to keep with from getting lost.
I cleaned up the print lines with 320 > 400 > 800 grit sand paper on the pen parts. I also had to sand off the step marks on the angled parts of the cigarette case with a file. The rest I left basically untouched as the pattern covers up most sins on the lighter and the lines on the case actually add a bit of texture that looks good.
I painted it with Rustoleum Metallic Bright Gold from their American Accents 2X Ultra Cover line and the recessed numbers on the bullet in plain black acrylic.