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All-Star Basketball Shooting Game

3D model description

Yes you too can become an All-Star with this table top basketball game. Print 2 sets and go head to head with your BFF.

It features a finger action ball shooter, court with key, post, backboard, hoop and net. All parts press fit together, no glue required.

Makes a great gift, get yours today and start shooting some balls!

3D printing settings

Print Instructions:

Infill: 10%, Shells: 2, Layer Height: 0.25mm

Raft and supports required for the Balls and Shooter see attached pictures. All other parts print raftless, with no supports.

Prints in under 2 hours on the Replicator. Individual print times listed below:

Balls: 20 mins, Shooter: 35 mins, Court: 30 mins, Post: 5 mins, Backboard: 10 mins, Basket: 10 mins

Any problems or do you need help? Please feel free to send me your comments or contact me.


With over 25 years’ experience in product design and development Michael Gulak has pioneered the data storage industry with his award winning disc array subsystems and data storage solutions in the early 1990’s. During the mid-1990’s, he was one of the first in Canada to start developing products in 3D, using AutoCAD and Solidworks. In the late 1990’s, he was instrumental in the design and development of the first 2000 disk robotic CD library manufactured by Dynatek Automation Systems. In 2001, he joined D&R electronics and within a few years developed a complete line of mobile computing, sound, lighting, storage and mounting products for police and emergency vehicles. These products included laptop mounts, weapons storage and motorized LED warning signs that are currently used by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and the Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO). Recently he has completed the cabinet design of a large outdoor DVD rental machine and is currently working on an automated candy vending machine for a well-known Canadian company. For more information on Michael Gulak and to see samples of his work please visit:



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