This was one of my first big projects. This was modeled around installing a bigger motor, but with basic modeling, this can be changed to fit your needs. Overall, worked well. The piece was too big for the 3d printer I was using, so there are six pieces. Two handles, and four "body" pieces. Each piece took about 7 hours (maybe?).
The youtube video is a step-by-step build process on how I made this. Give it a watch if you have any questions:
Side note, I work at a Fab Lab and I get free materials so I dont have a "build the cheapest 3d print in the fastest way possible" mentality
40% (use the lowest infill your comfortable with)
I believe this was printed at a .2mm and each piece took around 7 hours.
Overview and Background
This was a little bigger than a normal supreme gun because I needed to install a bigger motor. The lid is somewhat terrible but gravity worked as a downwards pressure force (I have mixed feelings about the lid).
There were a lot of misprints from the 3d printer i was using
This might be too big after the final print
This might take a long time to print
This might be too big for your 3d printer
This might be a terrible design
The creator might possibly be an idiot
Lesson Plan and Activity
Build a functional model a Supreme money gun from a random picture on the internet
Batteries, battery case, on/off switch, solder, wires, money, hot glue