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Plasma Defender - Fallout New Vegas
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Plasma Defender from Fallout: New Vegas.
Description, parts, and instructions coming soon.
Thanks to Hyena_Of_Doom for their Fallout Small Energy Cell Replica. It was very nice to not have to recreate that part.
Items with X2 in the file name need to be printed twice.
Tactile Switch Buttons (6mm tall) x 10 pack
Adafruit Push-button Power Switch Breakout
2 X White LED Backlight Module - Small 12mm x 40mm
2 X Mini Metal Speaker w/ Wires - 8 ohm 0.5W
Lithium Ion Polymer Battery - 3.7v 1200mAh
Adafruit Pro Trinket LiIon/LiPoly Backpack Add-On
Adafruit Audio FX Sound Board + 2x2W Amp - WAV/OGG Trigger - 2MB
Use the included SketchUp file for how things fit together. It should be fairly easy to figure out. Feel free to ask questions.
Once assembled, paint and age! I'm still waiting to do that last bit.
2015 November 5
- Split Main Body Rear into two sections.
- Split Frame Core into three sections.
2015 November 4
- Rescaling of entire piece.
- Improved connection areas between parts.
- Fixed near zero thickness walls.
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