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This is the Pip-Boy 2000 MkVI from Fallout 76. Remixed from Victhor's amazing wip file by me into something printable, you will find his original F360 file at his thing linked under remix. Drop by his thing and leave a like!
This Pip-Boy is a prop which currently does not have cavities for electronics, but thats not to say it never will (looking at you talented CAD modeller).
Under files, you will find my F360 file if you want to edit anything and all the STLs. Simply print all the stls, they have been oriented to optimally print already, support needed in certain places.
There are two versions of the "leatherBig" and "leatherSmall", the original does not have a hinge, the Velcro version is the file I used, its a sturdy, snug fit, but slightly inaccurate.
There are also 2 versions of the mainscreen, the 'split' one is much easier to print, the 'whole' one is if you want to split it yourself.
If you have any questions do feel free to leave a comment, i will answer all questions.
I have included all the reference pictures I used and the "decals" which I simply scaled, printed, cut and pasted on the pipboy.
P.S. there are a few minor inaccuracies to the real in-game model due to the game not being out yet and only working off of trailers, but I'd say its pretty damn close!
Printed on my Original Prusa Mk2s
ABS, sanded then acetone smoothed.
Airbrushed and handpainted.
Epoxied all the pieces together.
Used 2cm wide Velcro straps to hold everything on my arm.
Glued a sponge on the "leatherBigVelcro" piece for a snug, comfortable fit on my arm, it's actually really hard to see when I'm wearing it.
Shout out to the facebook group for the sustained interest!
Thanks for reading! if you make it be sure to share, it would make my day!
If you're going to decide to sell it on eBay or Etsy despite the licence at least tell me first and maybe drop me a tip.