Han Solo Gun Belt Parts

by seankfields, published

Han Solo Gun Belt Parts by seankfields Jun 16, 2015
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Once I made my initial DL-44 Blaster conversion (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:882673), I thought it only fitting that I make the whole gun belt as well.

These files are for the hardware bits for the gun belt and the droid caller. Beyond these parts, the belt will still require some snaps, rivets, leather and of course some knowledge of leather crafting.

I make no claim that these parts are 100% screen accurate, especially the droid caller, but they're pretty close (as far as I can tell).


Print all pieces in the orientation provided.

You'll need to print 3 of the belt-closed-attachments and 2 of the belt holster attachments.

For the buckles and connectors, I'd recommend 3 shells and 35% infill, just for strength. For the greeblie bits, just use your own judgement. You may want to print the gas cylinder inverted and with a raft, so it doesn't wobble.

Attach the belt-closed-attachments to the buckles using a 2.5mm x 45mm nail/bolt/screw/wire. The belt-open-attachment should be applied to one of the front buckle connection points so that you can take the thing on or off.

Speaking of the buckles, if you want the ANH/ROTJ look, belt-buckle-a should be in the front, and belt-buckle-b should be in the back. For the ESB look, it's the reverse. I don't know why.

Assemble the droid caller based on the diagram provided.

For the leather patterns, I'd recommend doing what I did and reading through the RPF here: http://www.therpf.com/showthread.php?t=202133

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What piece goes between the body and the top coupler. I don't see that in the files.

I am having a hard time getting the top assembly piece of the droid caller to slice into a printable file. Any advice.

In printing these, I ran into trouble printing the droid calling clip. Anyone else have issues? 0-2 because of the bow in the clip.

I had a few issues with the clip also.

Any chance you could make some modifications to allow it to be adjustable?

What are the dimensions all of the pieces in mm?

How does the droid caller clip go together. I've looked at the picture, but I don't see any fasteners holding the two pieces together.
Great job by the way, you saved me a ton of time on my daughter's costume:)

Oh, and thank you. I'm glad you found them useful. I'd love to see pictures of the costume.

Thank you, I will send pictures. If I beat the Halloween deadline :)

I intended to use a couple of small bolts and nuts to hold the two pieces together, but I ended up just using the holes in the two pieces for alignment, and supergluing them together. It's held fine.

Dumb question, would this also print well in other material such as stainless steel or aluminum?

Assuming you mean printing in metal infused filament, they should be fine. Buy my experience with metal filaments is that they tend to be more brittle than regular PLA.

My friend met you in San Antonio @ comic con and forwarded me to your buckle! Awesome Job!

You know what you are? The best kind of person. That's who.

Well that's kind of you to say, though I don't know how deserving I am of such praise.

Awesome thanks for uploading :D anychance you do the ESB greeblies as well? :)

I haven't modeled them, because I was going specifically for the ANH look... but since you asked so nicely, I'll take a crack at it.

Ok, the first ESB greeblie has been modeled and uploaded, but I haven't tried a test print.

Thanks :D gonna test print them tomorow and share the results :)

The second "capacitor" type ESB greeblie has been modeled and uploaded. It's amazing what you can get done when you're waiting for code to compile.