Large Blaster

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Large Blaster by akobam00 Sep 6, 2014



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Has anyone else had an issue with the fins on the right side not printing correctly? I can't get Cura to generate supports for them.

No, but I did find the 3 lego holes on the underside of the seat are too big for the base. I ended up glueing it.

FYI, I'm using Simplify3D as a slicer.

I ended up rotating it so that the barrel pointed up. I was then able to print it without supports. I'm assuming that's how it's supposed to print, and I'm just slow at figuring out the rotation part, LOL.

It worked great. I added some anti-warp feet on the stand legs They helped a lot. Thanks, nice design.

I would love to make some lego toys for my cousins. Could you help with the basic dimensions of lego pieces attaching pillars and all that ?

it really depends on the printer and material that you are using. no perfect dimensions.
you need to do a lot of trial and error. you can get files in grabcad.com or any file sharing sites.

I printed this last night on an i3, worked great, kids loved it. I expect I'll end up printing a few more!
More of these types of designs would be greatly appreciated.

yeah, id actually had 6 iterations before it passed the standards of my 5 year old son. so partly developed by him.