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Star Trek (original series) phasers

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These are "midgrade" prop replicas (detailed enough to be seen in relative close-up, but no moving parts or electric bits). Printed in ColorFabb Black PLA/PHA and Ultimaker Metallic Silver PLA, then they were sanded and painted. There are a couple of non-printed parts on one of them (a chunk of clear acrylic rod, and a watch crown), but apart from those they were printed on an Ultimaker 2.

The model files (and more detailed information on the finishing process) are available on Thingiverse.

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I'm also working on a "hero" version of the model:

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