Painted this with the spray paint I had on hand. The upper and lower fuses did not glue together easily and had to be modified slightly post-print, to stay together. Other than than my gantry issues messing with the print quality, I think it came out on top overall. If I were to print this again, I'd increase the walls, top and bottom thicknesses. The upper fuse got warm, while I was outside painting, and the air in the honeycomb infill, expanded and caused the skin to suddenly go from silk smooth to a tiny bump over each hexagonal "tube". Having to re-sand, made the skin dangerously weak, but still serviceable as a display model, that is not meant to be handled.
As a cosplay prop, I would increase the wall thickness to 1.2 mm and the top and bottom to a full 1 mm. I've had much success with this setting when I print .50 cal rounds with 0% infill. Using Cura's default settings for the wall, if this model gets warm in direct sunlight, 80 F on up, it will begin to warp. To beat the hot air bumps aforementioned above, make that upper fuses's infill 100%.
75% Tri-Hexagonal (honeycomb)
Printed in Black PLA by Hatchbox.
Nozzle: 200 C
Bed: 62 C (on PEI)
Sanded with the following sandpaper grits: 80, 120, 180, 220, 320, 400, 600, 800, 1000, 1500, 2000, 2500, and 3000. Sand in a circular pattern for best results. Filler used was Platinum Patch, sold at WalMart. If you plan to wash off the dust with water, with the Platinum Patch filler fixing whatever minor defects or seams, allow at least 24 hours for it to cure. Otherwise, washing the freshly sanded and filled model off with water immediately after, will wash out a partial or full amount of filler you used.