Your ally in the Vault - your trophy IRL. Full scale Fatebringer Hand Cannon from Destiny Year 1. Model based upon the in-game model, but some creative liberties taken to make it 3D-printer-friendly. Cylinder rotates and is designed to spin on a 1/4-20 bolt. Designed for and printed on the Form 1+.
*"What is the question when the answer is extinction?"*Here is the *Nemesis Star*, an exotic machine gun from *Bungie*'s hit game *Destiny*. This prop prints at over 3 feet long and sports a removable ammunition drum, printable ammunition belt, and an opening shroud with hollow scope and full interior details. The model includes channels for reinforcement, making the machine gun sturdy enough to carry around and cosplay with. *If you want to make a big impression, this gun will do it.*/ Thanks to *Gerry Alden* who was kind enough to print and assemble the prototype shown above, making sure everything works properly and letting me know about the tweaks and changes that needed to be made. You can check out more of his work on Facebook in his group *3d Printed Prop Geekfest*:/ https://www.facebook.com/group... *IMPORTANT NOTE/: /*/*Pinshape's individual model uploads are limited to 100mb (too small for all of the little parts), so I had to upload the ammunition belt and ammo drum separately. Never fear, I have included links to download the additional files below, and also an assembly guide with pictures to help builders. */You can download the *ammo drum files* here:http://www.mediafire.com/file/...  You can download the *ammo belt* files here:http://www.mediafire.com/file/...  You can download *BOTH* here (very large file):http://www.mediafire.com/file/... You can download the *Assembly Guide* here:http://www.mediafire.com/file/... *REVISIONS:* If I update any files, I will upload them and leave a comment. *ON TO THE DETAILS:**MODEL SIZE:* The assembled machine gun is 1:1 scale to the game, and measures 965mm(38 inches) long*HOW IS IT CUT UP:* This model is cut to fit a 200mmx150mmx200mm tall print bed*HOW THE PROTOTYPE WAS PRINTED:* It was printed on Raise3D N2 in PLA with the following settings:PLA, 0.2mm layer height, 2 shells, 10% infill (rectilinear pattern) default print speed, 60mm/s, outer shell 40mm/s Support >65 degrees, using 5mm pillars at 15% infill. 3 top dense support layers at 65% infill. Random start point for each layer*ESIMATED PRINT TIME AND FILAMENT USAGE:** /(will vary depending on your settings)/*With .3mm layer height, 10% infill, 2 shells, supports on: *2.4kg filament, 123 hours**ASSEMBLY GUIDE:* There is an 8 page assembly guide with pictures, the link is above.*MATERIAL LIST: /(The following are not necessary,but recommended)/*(1) x *575mm(22.5 inch) length of pipe* to fit a 35mm channel (1/2 inch ID PVC pipe will work) (1) x *112cm(44 inch) length of rod* to fit a 9mm channel (5/16 inch dowel will work) (4) x *5mm round by 2mm thick neodymium magnets* (if you want the shroud to have a magnetic catch)I recommend downloading the assembly guide first if you'd like a better idea of how everything works. If you run into problems, comment or message me and I'll see what I can do to help. *You can see my other work here:* https://www.facebook.com/Indig... Thanks for checkin' this out! https://www.facebook.com/groups/1456845657968651/ http://www.mediafire.com/file/n2k9uirtlwbnrel/Nemesis+Star+ammo+drum+and+pin+files.zip http://www.mediafire.com/file/00jjh5f0abb54p0/Nemesis+Star+all+bullets+clips+and+brackets.zip http://www.mediafire.com/file/iniq9dkq3z4nda7/Nemesis+Star+Ammo+can+and+all+ammo+files.zip http://www.mediafire.com/file/362sqv518t95zi6/Nemesis+Star+Assembly+Guide.zip https://www.facebook.com/IndigenousEffects1/?fref=ts
Here is the Young Wolf's Howl, the 3rd year exotic sword from Bungie's hit game Destiny. The sword itself is 1:1 scale, measuring over four and a half feet long, and includes both channels for reinforcement rods and a slot-and-tab alignment system with the blade.The Details:9 pieces totalCut to print for a 200mmx150mmx200m height bedAssembled height: 140cm/ 55 inchesEstimated total print time and filament usage: 3mm layer height, 10% infill, supports on: 425 grams filament, 23 1/2 hours(These numbers will vary greatly if you decide to print with higher resolution/more infill, etc.... I printed the lower detailed areas of my sword at .2mm/20% infill, and the upper at .3mm/10%, and my prints took about 40 hours)Here are the measurements for the reinforcement rods in the blade and handle. You can use wood dowels, metal rod or plastic pipes, whatever will fit the channels. I use metal rods from the hardware store.Rods should be approximately 4.8mm (3/8 inch) in diameter: TWO x 970mm (38 1/4 inches) ONE x 350mm (13 3/4 inches) ONE x 98mm (3 7/8 inches)I use 2-part epoxy (usually 5 minute because I have no patience) to glue everything together. Assembly is very easy, but I recommend test-fitting everything once before gluing.Thanks for checkin' this out.
Print and paint this Ghost to remember that time you and a few friends destroyed a machine god in his own home with all his friends watching. Leave it on your desk at work to act as your own private LFG hub.I used the battery/switch assembly from an electric tea light to make the eye glow. 6mm diameter magnets were used to allow the shells to be separated to turn on/off the light or rotate the shells.All parts were printed on a Form 2 at 50μm in Gray resin except 'Eye', which was printed in Clear with a few drops of Castable for blue color and glow-in-the-dark powder. If you're using a resin-based printer, note the locations of ventilation holes!Photo gallery includes a handful of glamour shots as well as masking recommendations for spray painting.
The most terrifying sound on the battlefield? Not the rally cries of your enemy, or your own blood curdling in your throat, but the sound an enemy Titan’s hammer makes as its forged from his searing light.2 done, 6 to go Model (c) me, character (c) Chris Dike Destiny is a registered trademark of Bungie/Activision. No infringement intended.
This is the main skull on the Destiny Hunter Extoic Arms piece, Young Ahamkara's Spine. This was my first time ever doing any 3D modeling, so it might not be the best! I took the file from DestinySTLGenerator, hollowed it out, smoothed it, and added a lot of the detail back into it.