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Some upgraded Nerf Blasters


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Posted (edited) · Some upgraded Nerf Blasters

Here are a few of the projects I've worked on using the Ultimaker 2+

 

There are 3 select fire blasters, and the pump blaster is a pistol grip conversion.

 

The OLED mount with rail on the back are printed

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The battery cover in the front grip is a printed part along with some internal pieces

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Stock extension and top rail are printed

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Masterkey is printed

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Stock extension and handle fill with knobs are printed

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Pump grip and main grip along with trigger are printed

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