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pip boy 3000 for galaxy note 4

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pip boy 3000 for galaxy note 4 by piratetv Jun 29, 2015
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remix of Pip-Boy 3000 for Iphone 5
by b761d67,

remix of Pip boy 3000
by cpregnan,

Note: Iv'e been told that a few of my measurements are incorrect. such as the faceplate screen size, i haven't had a chance to correct them yet

I have scaled all the parts to fit the Samsung galaxy note 4. the scale also fits me better. the whole thing is bigger. iv added a few parts which can contain leds for the 3 front lights, the scroll wheel is separate and will press the home key on the phone, and a cutout for a small battery pack. I am also supplying a model with the ends of the arm sleeve removed and printed separately using ninjaflex, or other flexible material. as i type this i'm an hour into a 22 hour print for the front part of the bracelet, if it doesn't fit like i think it will i will edit the files and replace them.

 I have been having printer issues and after about 30 hours on one big piece, iv got a lot of hot end collisions and kept having to re center the table. the piece didnt come out as nice as i thought it should so iv given up until i get the printer fixed.

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So I have all of it printer. Decided to just glue it all together as I don't want to find screws and to tap it / risk cracking any of the parts. Now... the face plate? How is it to attach? We got these square cavities.Also not sure how the rubbers go together.. I think I'll skip the rubbers as its already the length of my arm
Thanks!

ive been using a soldering iron to weld printed parts together without glue, its pretty easy and solid. the square holes can fit magnets to make the faceplate removable.

I think I might have to add a ninjaflex sleeve or add velcro. Having issued keeping it in place on my arm. Got it all glued. I'll hit hobby lobby for magnets and paint.

Im attempting to print this from different websites since i do not own a 3d printer but im getting quotes anywhere from $500 to almost $1000. I dont see how 3d printing an arm gauntlet could cost that much, can someone tell me if this is an error in the files or something that and how i can get this printed please??

it would be on the printer many hours, i got it done in a few days, maybe they charge by time and material. you could have a ptinter for that price

exactly, thats why i find that price to be outrageous, as far as i can tell tho from most sites they charge by volume only tho but still i dont see how that can equate to that much money for something like this... seems im out of luck

Time is a major factor. If you're going to tie up my machine for 3 days, I need to be paid for it. Plus on large prints, there is a higher risk of failure and greater material loss if that happens.

so then it is normal for this price? cuz it seemed outrageous to me at first

I've been printing for 2 years and now have a 3d printer company now, it is pretty much what I would charge. Someone said it took a while roll of filament, that is $25-$50 right off the bat. Then there is the time, at average speeds this is probably a 30 hour print; I'll charge $10-20/per hour, depending on complexity (aka risk of failure.)
Try 3d hubs maybe someone local will do it for materials and a positive review. I heard shapeways is cheap. Try to get a course print (.2mm layer height or higher) that'll reduce price.

Note the rubbers are larger than my build volume. Might want to break them into more pieces.

Nov 5, 2015 - Modified Nov 5, 2015
piratetv - in reply to L4nce0

i re uploaded the rubber parts separately.

Huzzah! Man I've used a whole reel of plastic so far!

Just one question - what is the purpose/position of the "backplate"? It seems like it is part of the top body print already? Thanks!

it came from the iphone version i remixed, it allows you to make just a phone case instead of the arm mounted version

I see, thanks for the reply!

Printed just the face plate / window... Its a tad wide for the phone and a tad short (but might be so it stays in) The bigger.. issue is its giagantic. The window alsone is most of the legth of my arm and I'm not a small guy at all. I be the whole thing will be super loose and I am a pretty muscular guy.. Maybe I'll dig up an iPod or something lol

it is pretty big. i was going to print the outer arm holes in ninjaflex, and maybe pad the inside. the way it is it just fits my arm width wise but it is pretty long, i need to print the face again. it fit the phone when i made it but i may have accidentally stretched it and saved before uploading. i may scrap it and get an old smaller phone to use for the app in november. as you can see by the photo, my printer burned out and started losing steps when i printed the top armband. i never tried again after fixing it. i may start over with the fallout 4 version.

i just fixed the faceplate with home button and leds, it was way off on height. the new file ends in "fixed"

The faceplate_with_home_button_and_leds is the incorrect size to fit on the rest of the models. It ends up being about 116mm while the other models are 123mm. I have to print a new faceplate now.

Gonna print this and hope my Note 3 fits. Ill report back with results, its a little smaller than the Note 4 so maybe some padding. I'm sure it will be obvious once I have the parts in hand, but do you have assembly instructions for this?

Jul 7, 2015 - Modified Jul 7, 2015
piratetv - in reply to McSquid

there are bolt holes, and a lot of the parts can be glued. my printers having problems so i never finished.

What are the dimensions of the cylinder at the wrist and near the elbow?

4 inches diameter at both ends, i was thinking it may need padding

Sweet, might have to pickup a spare, so I can paint it to match.

Brilliant. But I'm guessing no S-pen access ;)

that was a good idea i added a sleeve for the s-pen into the body

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