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Still a work in Progress but getting there ; )
That's very big...how long did it take for you to print out all the parts? However many there are?
Nice work... but i cant finde the stl in parts like the pictures.
Yes this one is particularly special in that it took me a over two weeks to render and slice. This one I have kept in my personal trophy folder. I have uploaded the base model. But I cant give everything away. How else and I going to generate a lively hood if I keep giving all my work away : )
You must serve the Empire !!! Seriously, though. Nice work from one member of the 501st who appreciates and respects all the hard work on display here! Thumbs up.
Cool thanks. I started out getting the kids into enjoying Star Wars thinking they absolutely loved it and I've since realised it is all me and their interests are completely different ; )
I know that feeling. I figured out my 10 and 13 year are more indulging me than enjoying it themselves. They are more casual fans, haha.
Are you sellling the model?
Also, do you know a good seller for a DLT 19 Blaster?
I have the split files for the T-21 setup on Etzy to help pay for my raw material costs as a hobbiest.
As for selling them it would have to be in the $100's of dollars due to the many hours printing slicing and assembling it takes to do. I could sell one, but I've just never considered there would be any interest for someone to purchase something out of NZ due to horrendous freight costs and the exchange rate. Still something I'd consider with the right offer, if it suited a potential buyer: )
As for the DL-19 yes that is certainly in my to do list, : ) to splice up the following modelshttp://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2127068 All just a matter of time, Cheers Jace
the build going
Been busy on other projects and the weather is getting better here for painting. Printing is the easy part. I have some time off over Xmas so hopefully will get a number of projects painted and finished : )
that is one big gun! how many pieces did this take?
About 70 pieces ; )
What did you do to treat the surface?
I through the ABS support waste into Acertone to create a slurry. Once its turned to a thickness I'm happy with I utilise it to glue all the pieces together. It creates a very strong finished result. Then I coat the rest in to help with securing the ABS bond and stop any shrinkage later on. Makes for a realy smooth finish also prior to sanding and painting.
Looks Brilliant keep me / us posted...
Just needs a sand and paint and a few touch ups ; )