Blade Runner - Officer K's Blaster for 3Dprinting (Yet another one, sorry!)

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diogorsergio

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++Update++

Files:
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2841038

If you enjoy the model and are feeling generous feel free to buy me a coffee! https://www.paypal.me/diogosergio

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Hi guys,

So for these past weeks I've been spending my lunch time working on the Officer K's blaster.
I've started modelling from the pictures/references available online, and most recently from the Tested video which made me do a lot of changes.
Trying to be as accurate as my skills in Fusion 360 allow! :)

It's almost finished, I need to tackled the front of the barrels and figure out the pattern used and also the texture of the main body. (Got a better understanding of it from the pictures of eltee's blaster)

After that I need to separate the model into parts to 3d print, and maybe think of way to incorporate an LED on it.


Here are some picture from the Fusion 360.

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Cheers!
 
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Ein

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That is some damn fine work... definitely hoping you share the files for that so I can print one for myself. I have to sit down and learn Fusion 360 properly, from the looks of things.

Edit: Was the handle done in another software and then imported? Just wondering about the complexity of those curves in that software.
 

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diogorsergio

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That is some damn fine work... definitely hoping you share the files for that so I can print one for myself. I have to sit down and learn Fusion 360 properly, from the looks of things.

Edit: Was the handle done in another software and then imported? Just wondering about the complexity of those curves in that software.

I learned Fusion 360 by modelling the Luke Skywalker - Lightsaber, simple shapes and gets you going with the basics.
About the handle, it was also done in Fusion 360, you've a Sculpt mode for more organic shapes.

You should definitely give it a go. Very robust software and its free for hobbyists.
 

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diogorsergio

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Hey guys!

I managed to finish it. Just wanted to know whats the opinion on how I should slice the gun to printable parts.
Huge blocks (the whole gun in 2/3 pieces)? or Separate parts that fit together?

I'll work on this this week and will try to have it ready for the weekend.

Cheers! :D
 

Scoped Evil

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Hey guys!

I managed to finish it. Just wanted to know whats the opinion on how I should slice the gun to printable parts.
Huge blocks (the whole gun in 2/3 pieces)? or Separate parts that fit together?

I'll work on this this week and will try to have it ready for the weekend.

Cheers! :D

Perhaps: Base/Body + Trigger Guard + Grip?
 

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Draxel

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Hi guys,

So for these past weeks I've been spending my lunch time working on the Officer K's blaster.
I've started modelling from the pictures/references available online, and most recently from the Tested video which made me do a lot of changes.
Trying to be as accurate as my skills in Fusion 360 allow! :)

It's almost finished, I need to tackled the front of the barrels and figure out the pattern used and also the texture of the main body. (Got a better understanding of it from the pictures of eltee's blaster)

After that I need to separate the model into parts to 3d print, and maybe think of way to incorporate an LED on it.

Here are some picture from the Fusion 360.

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Cheers!

I don’t think your Fusion skills are lacking much! Lol.

Great work!


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Stefan Jones

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I own a CR-10, so I can print large files and prefer not so many. More important for me is, that the parts orientation and size allow clean prints
 

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