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Star Trek Enterprise: Phase Pistol

by grimmindustries Oct 6, 2015
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Printed and posted this amazing model, but just a note there are five "vents" on the top of the model not three as per your design. Check out the official roddenberry prop for more details.

Hi

I've just printed this thank you, I cannot seem to get the top to open if the screws are in it. As far as I can see the front would need filing back a fair bit....I don't suppose you have any photos of one printed and working?

Wait, are there instructions. I don't get it

I haven't made assembly instructions. You can drop all the Stl files into Netfabb and it'll show you how all the parts assemble.

Does the pistol grip just glue flush on to the bottom of the "bottom center" piece, or is there another part that binds them, or do they snap together? The grip is almost finished printing, but I'm not seeing how it attaches to the bottom center piece.

I just glued it on. Do some light sanding on both sides before you apply the adhesive.

OK, I'm a girl and I need HELP )) I've just had one printed out, now I'm wondering how to put all the parts together)) huh. PLease guys. Give me a hand with this one...

Hi Sofia,
I'm not sure that being a girl has anything to do with needing help.

I'm happy to help you anyway I can. I recommend using Loctite Super Glue, you can but it at any Home Depot, Lowes or Hobby Lobby.

If you're not sure in what order the parts go together I recommend downloading the free copy of Netfabb, if you drag and drop all the STL files into it they will assemble correctly then you can turn on and off different parts to see how they assemble.

You will need some screws, look at the earlier posts for the sizes I've used.

Ron

I just printed it out. Looks cool! I need to do some cleanup sanding, and painting.
Could I get the editable files? I would like to hollow out the grip and make it attach differently, also make a way for the top back part to attach.
I would also like to put in some electronics.

Andy

hey dude great model what size and diameter screws did you use the link just shows a type of screw but no dimensions cheers xD

M4 is best, 15 to 20mm in length. You can drill it out if you want to use a larger screw.

That Looks AWESOME!!! I seriously anxiously await any of your Trek designs... hoping you do more DS9 stuff soon!

Thanks! I need to get some red Tglass to print this one. I want to make a Jem' Hedar rifle model, but I know it's going to be a big project and I need the time.

Well, I've just added this new prize of yours to my print cue! As soon as I've test printed my own designs, yours is next!

I'm going to be printing 17th century French muskets for the next 28 days.