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Overwatch Lucio Blaster

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3D model description

Overwatch Lucio Blaster by Adafruit
This is a preview release, more detailed build instructions coming soon.
Build your own working Lucio blaster with background music, sound effects, and lights!
This model is part of the Adafruit Learning System, check out these links for more info on how to build your own.

3D printing settings

More detailed instructions coming soon to the Adafruit Learning System part 3 guide, but if you'd like to get started:
After printing your parts, remove any support material and then dry fit the parts as shown in the exploded drawing. Most parts can be affixed with glue -- Goop or A6000 work well, with the exception of a few parts that you can screw together using M4 screws and threaded brass heat-set inserts.

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: STL Folder details Close
    • Lucio_all.stl
    • Lucio_body_btm.stl
    • Lucio_body_top.stl
    • Lucio_button.stl
    • Lucio_frontBase.stl
    • Lucio_frontCrown.stl
    • Lucio_frontDiffuser.stl
    • Lucio_frontFace.stl
    • Lucio_grip.stl
    • Lucio_gripGuard.stl
    • Lucio_gripReceiver.stl
    • Lucio_hose.stl
    • Lucio_hoseMntA.stl
    • Lucio_hoseMntB.stl
    • Lucio_hoseMntC.stl
    • Lucio_hoseMntD_lft.stl
    • Lucio_hoseMntD_rgt.stl
    • Lucio_hoseMntE_lft.stl
    • Lucio_hoseMntE_rgt.stl
    • Lucio_hose_lft.stl
    • Lucio_hose_rgt.stl
    • Lucio_inner.stl
    • Lucio_lid.stl
    • Lucio_lower.stl
    • Lucio_modeHolder.stl
    • Lucio_modeLens.stl
    • Lucio_plug_lft.stl
    • Lucio_plug_rgt.stl
    • Lucio_slot_lft.stl
    • Lucio_slot_rgt.stl
    • Lucio_speakerHorn_lft.stl
    • Lucio_speakerHorn_rgt.stl
    • Lucio_speakerMnt_lft.stl
    • Lucio_speakerMnt_rgt.stl
    • Lucio_support.stl
    • Lucio_supportCap.stl
    • Lucio_support_lft.stl
    • Lucio_support_rgt.stl
    • Lucio_tab_lft.stl
    • Lucio_tab_rgt.stl
    • Lucio_triggerA.stl
    • Lucio_triggerB.stl
    • Lucio_triggerMount.stl

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  • Last update: 2017/01/19 at 15:03
  • Publication date: 2017/01/18 at 10:22




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