Pip boy 3000

by cpregnan, published

Pip boy 3000 by cpregnan May 31, 2014
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Pip boy 3000


Print both parts, then join them with 4 little screws. No supports need.

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im a newbe,,,,, should i print it on its edge the way it comes into the software? it looks like it would tip over,,,its saying it needs supports

Great design! I really appreciate that it's not made of a million pieces you'd have to take all day to put together :) how do you strap it to the arm though? I mean, I see the holes but not sure how to use them. Using a screw and nut seems the only way. Is it?

Bethesda is months away from posting the real software version of the pip boy. They could not produce enough pip boy editions and I challenged them to let the digital community do it for them. No response.

What is the circumference of both of the ends

I'd love the iPhone compatible version, too. Thanks in advance.

yes yes I wish there was a way to turn this stl into an autocad enabled solid I would love that

This would be even cooler if it could be turned into a cell phone case. There's an app for turning your cell phone into a (partially) working pip boy that would go well with this.

There used to be a file that was meant for iPhones! The user sadly took it down. My friend might still have the file on his flashdrive; If you want I could see if I can get them for you

I would love to get that file as well. Will you repost it on here?