Any particular reason for moving the switch?
Looks good. The only thing I'd mention is that you could have used some more spray filler on the buttons if you want them glass-smooth. Contrary to the advice you usually get about spray painting, it's OK to use a nice thick coating of spray filler-primer. I try to model prints in a way so that detail's don't get filled in by it.Quick update. A few more black areas to paint up and then ready for weathering.
Some experimenting with some lasers and filters.
REALLY cool! Oh, when will I ever ave time to get started on my own build, haha. (I'm struggling like crazy with another 3d model that I can't talk about yet. It's one of those situations where getting it to be more accurate than similar builds is a real challenge.)LEDs up and running and 3 lasers installed.
Beautiful work! Especially the cleanup of the print.Switch istalled and front finished.
Thanks Joe! For this build I will keep the blue bezel double sided taped to the front. The lasers can't get through the blue and I don't want to ruin the blue plastic so it will be on for static display and removed for lighted demo.Note though (just in case you missed it), that the clear blue front goes BEHIND the bezel. You might need to file or trim the inside of the bezel just a tad for it to go in.