Halo M6D Magnum Pistol

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Halo M6D Magnum Pistol by daltonx12 Dec 29, 2014
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This is a full size print of the Halo M6D Magnum pistol in the Halo game. Have fun printing.


To make the gun please use support and a thin layer height, and also I use the thinnest shell height when i printed mine. The print takes 8-10 hours for the full scale, and 1-2 hours for the 60% downsize.

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Cool model, but the usual programs I use report enough errors that make it unusable. Repetier Host gives an "object not manifold" error, Solid Inspector2 in Sketchup Pro shows several hundred issues, of which most are not automatically fixable and the Microsoft Azure Model Repair Service processed it for 30+ minutes before failing with "could not load mesh (#103)". Suggestions?

I don't really know whats going on there, try a software like Cura or Simplify3D and see if that works