M6C Magnum (H2)

Discussion in 'Halo 3D Modeling' started by CollinMcCaf, Jul 6, 2018.

  1. CollinMcCaf

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    Wanna see more? Be sure to check out CollinMcCaf's Model Repository!

    Surprise everyone, here's what I've been working on ever since I uploaded the MA5C! I couldn't find a good M6C model so I made one myself.
    As usual, its as accurate as possible and contains every polygon in the known universe.
    Here are some glamour shots and of course, the .stl file: M6C.zip (Revised 10/11/18)
    **The file titled "Slide", requires a nozzle diameter .2mm or smaller for the details on the safety to print**

    M6C-1.png M6C-4.png M6C-2.png M6C-3.png

    M6C_L.jpg M6C_P.jpg M6C_R.jpg M6C_EV.jpg

    Assembly:
    Mag-Release Mechanism
    From the inside, insert the mag-release button, then place screws in the holes on each side.
    Add the mag-release lever and glue/clamp the retainer in place (dry fit it with a clamp first to make sure it moves freely).
    Slide a rubber band behind the mag-release lever and hook it on the screws.

    Slide Assembly
    *The slide had to be made very thin, I recommend casting this piece*
    Place a spring over the barrel
    Dry fit the barrel and dowel on the receiver, put the slide in place by placing it flat against the receiver and pulling back until the front of the slide hits the barrel breach. The slide should move over top of the barrel breach. Install the slide retainer (the block with two holes in it)

    Change Notes:
    10/11/18 -
    An updated file has been uploaded replacing the original file, if you are using prints from the previous upload, you will need a replacement Slide and Barrel. With minimal bondo-ing the previous receiver should be able to be used.
     
    Last edited: Jan 6, 2019
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  2. PerniciousDuke

    PerniciousDuke RXO & BCO 405th Regiment Officer Community Staff

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    Wow McCaf that looks really good!
     
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  3. SI3RRA 117

    SI3RRA 117 Well-Known Member

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    Yes very nice. And thank you for uploading this!!
     
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  4. Dirtdives

    Dirtdives Keeper of Con Lists Community Staff

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    Not sure if I'll ever get a 3D printer........but thank you CollinMcCaf
     
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  5. Kusak3

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    curiosity question. I was looking at this actually was going to print it. But the slide assembly when I set it up for print has only one wall. Which I know is going to fail in a most spectacular fashion. Have you tried to print it yet yourself?


    Edit Issue addressed
     
    Last edited: Oct 11, 2018
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  6. Kusak3

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    Edit. Deleted old info being no longer relevant.

    I ran a test print of the slide today. I run a .4 nozzle on my hictop and monoprice printers. the Slide printed just fine. The slide at this time requires a fairly large bed to be able to print it. The walls on the slide are just thin enough still that cutting it in two and reassembling it may be a bit tough. I have already spoken to CollinMcCaf about it.

    Keep up the good work CollinMcCaf
     
    Last edited: Oct 11, 2018

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