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Anyone made a SPAS 12 prop, know where one is available, or seen a 3D file for one? I'm looking to have one for an upcoming costume, but my google fu has failed me.
More than likely the models are created in several pieces. Especially if they are rigged. You can import OBJ files into Meshmixer and divide up the sections, and even slice the parts to accommodate printing. However, not all models are directly printable on that site, you may have to ask the designer to see if the sections of his model are watertight. You may be able to fix objects that are not. But if Riceball is correct and you can get a $20 dollar one on Amazon, then you will only need the stock printed out.interesting. looks like those are purely "whole" 3D models, and haven't been broken down for any sort of 3D printing, right? Not that it's not useful, just making sure I understand.