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  1. You are a very cool dad. I tried pepakura before. But stopped halfway because I don't know how to make it rigid. Elmer glue does not work out and I am not resourceful enough to have it fiberglass. Congratulation on your build.
  2. Front cap: Front cap for PVC pipe with outer diameter, OD 40mm, Inner diameter ID 35mm or smaller.
  3. Progress photos: Power cylinder : Ready Main body: In progress Front cap: In progress
  4. Hello, I am currently learning myself Fusion 360 & 3D printing. I am choosing to model my E-11 blaster to understand how Fusion 360 works. My future plan is to have all the component modelled in 3D files and 3D print it. I am sharing the files for my fellow troopers. My reference thread as below: 1. FISD E-11 BLASTER REFERENCE 2. E-11 PVC Pipe Build Templates (Imperial and Metric) 3. TrainWrecks 3D printed E-11 and T-21 parts. Parts: 1. Power Cylinder (3D printing: Shapeways/ STL: Thingiverse) 2. Main body (in progress) 3. Front cap (3D printing: Shapeways/ STL: Thingiverse) 4. Bayonet lug (3D printing: Shapeways/ STL: Thingiverse) 5. Rear sight (3D printing: Shapeways/ STL: Thingiverse) 6. Others? Soon.... Note: 1. Accuracy: I am targeting for 70% accuracy for the shape and dimension. I am new to this 3D design/printing. Apology for any inaccuracies. 2. For ordering with Shapeways, I put in $0.00 markup. The price you pay 100% go to Shapeways for making the model. 3. I uploaded the STL files in Thingiverse . You can download it and print with your own 3D printer.
  5. Looking good. Good luck in your application. Sent from my M631Y using Tapatalk
  6. Good job Chris. I only plan to fit my Electronic only in the Hengstler. You are right that resin body Doopy doos inside are to small for putting in Electronic. Sent from my M631Y using Tapatalk
  7. Reassemble after painting: I love how the hollowed scope turn out. Sent from my M631Y using Tapatalk
  8. Painting stages: First layer, grey. Second layer, silver. Third layer, black.
  9. Folding stock: Cover the screw with thumb tack. Hengstler: I used magnets to make the internal accessible. I will put electronic inside it later. Charging bolt handle: I use magnet and tie nylon string to the handle. Assembly picture before taking apart for painting:
  10. Scope rail: Added support elbow for hengstler counter. Trigger: Added micro switch and wiring. I glue the switch using E6000. Route the wiring to barrel hole adjacent to hengstler.
  11. Good luck with your build. Post your progress with your build ok. Sent from my M631Y using Tapatalk
  12. Continue to hollow scope: I use hole saw bit 25mm (1") diameter
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