Walking Dead Zombie - 45° Paintball Grips

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Walking Dead Zombie - 45° Paintball Grips by FreshPrints3D May 29, 2014


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Keep a tight grip on the dead with these 45° panel grips. Made specifically for a Tippmann 98 Custom, but should fit most 45° trigger frames with little modification.

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You will have to manually pause the print and swap filament to get the color changes. At .3mm layer height, you need ~2 layers of each color.

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what printer did you make these panel grips on?

I printed them on a MendelMax 2, but they should print just fine on almost any single-extruder printer. You'll need to swap filament 4 times during the print though. Using 0.4mm layer height, you'll be swapping filament every 2 layers or so.

My best advice is is to Slice the model and then check it out layer-by-layer, so that you know exactly what layers you'll be pausing on. Then you can export the G-Code and add a pause command at each layer where you will need to change colors.