Props 3D-Printable SPNKR

ComanderXXY

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I'm designing and printing a 3D-Printable SPNKR.

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The Base Model is already finished:
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It will consist of 4 main parts:
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For 3D-Printing I'll cut two shafts into the Case and Cover Parts, so I can lock the Magazine between with a latch:
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That is what I have completed already
At the moment I'm cutting the parts into printable pieces for my "Creality cr-10" printer.
Of course I'll print it in real size (1,2 m tube length)

If you whant to inspect the parts, I've uploaded some stl-files of the bease model.
 

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Crimmson

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this looks awesome. what did you use to make / prep the model? which slicer program are using? I also have the creality cr-10 printer and i love it so far. good luck on your prints.
 

ComanderXXY

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For modeling I use "Solid Works".
For Slicing I use “Cura” (never used anything else - can't give a comparison)

I want to share my printed STL-files as far as I have finished them.
But you will need much time to print the whole thing...
Screenshot - 2018_04_08.png "Wall thickness" / "Infill" / "time to print"
 

Crimmson

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For modeling I use "Solid Works".
For Slicing I use “Cura” (never used anything else - can't give a comparison)

I want to share my printed STL-files as far as I have finished them.
But you will need much time to print the whole thing...
View attachment 257917 "Wall thickness" / "Infill" / "time to print"
I like using cura as well. I have been trying to import my cr10's settings into netfabb slicer program but i havent been able to so i will just stick with cura.
the model looks great, maybe print it into a key chain for my truck keys. are you planing on printing it to scale (life size)?
 

ComanderXXY

New Member
I'm printing it of course in real size (1,2m tube length).
Also edited my first post to specify that.

I think Cura is just fine. It has all I want except honeycomb infill, but that takes way more time than it is worth it anyway.

Soon I'll post some photos and keep you updated.
 

GMer56

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Lookin' cool. Been thinkin' about doing something like this with the MJOLNIR 6 armor (3d printing pieces that would assemble as in universe/along seam lines).
I think it would be easier to make the tube base out of PVC than printing and aligning bits of print, but that's just me.
 

ComanderXXY

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Update:
long time since last update again... Got some issues with my landlord in refer to my 3D-Printer, but thats fixed now.
I have finished the bottom part of the Case and glued it all together.
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Next steps:
  • continue printing the upper part of the Case
  • cutting the Cover with my CAD-program into printable pieces.
  • print the Cover
  • fill the gaps between the printed parts with a 3D-pen (first buy one)
 
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Masky

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405th Regiment Officer
Awesome! A 3D pen is really useful for 3D printed stuff.
Did your landlord complain about the noise?
 

ComanderXXY

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Masky there were some discussions about Fire protection.
Can you recommend a cheap 3D-Pen? Are there any important differences for my use case?
 
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Harri51

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Welcome to the SPNKrhood. my brother!.. lol It is looking great. I like you choose the Reach style.
 

ComanderXXY

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Update:
Sorry I forgot to post updates in the last time, but now here is one.

In the past I used my 3D-Pen to weld the Edges between Parts. But I just realized it is much easier using 'plastic putty from Presto'.
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To smoothen the surface I used 'XTC-3D from Smooth-On' (some sort of Epoxy), worked great. Then I sprayed it with 'spray-putty from Presto' to see were to sand a little bit, so everything is smooth now.
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(I tried to translate the names of the products I used...)

This is the result right now:
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Next Steps:

  • Painting Everything.
  • Print the Handle.
 
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