My First Ghostbusters Proton Pack.

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MattBryce

New Member
Hi all new to the forums (Long time lurker) thought I would finally sign up and actually start posting. started on a 3D printed proton pack about a year ago but had to put it on hold for a long time, recently due to being in lockdown found myself with time to work on it some more.

Already did some work on the neutrona wand but planning on picking that up futher down the line for now trying to make some progress on the pack its-self.

The pack is based on a CAD model sourced from Thingyverse, the original creator said they had scaled it to 80% so i scaled it back up and started changing it as I printed, found a few inaccuracies and decided to correct them to best of my ability (my cad skills suck but i get by)

will post pictures as I progress

Be gentle I'm a noob and it's still early days doing this on a badly restricted budget

Thingiverse files are here: Ghostbusters Proton Pack by MattBryce (always subject to change as i work on it)


Printed Parts:
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Filled:
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Primered:
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Painted:
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Clippard Valve:
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First Weathering Pass:
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Sundowner

Master Member
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Outstanding work! Man, there must have been ALOT sandpaper used. Also officially welcome to the board!
 

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