It's available for free on Thingiverse and Cults3D for my fellow ghostbusters to print and mod their neutrona wands.
https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/various ... grip-cover
Happy modding, fellow busters!
TheCBStudio wrote: ↑September 30th, 2022, 8:04 pm I recently spent about a week troubleshooting a 3D printer that i've had laying in my cupboard for 4 years, This was the perfect print to try it out on and its worked amazingly. No pics as of yet but colossal thanks for making this file available for us all!Do show pictures when you get a chance! I am just glad that others are enjoying it and am excited to see other people's prints!
PetroMan wrote: ↑October 11th, 2022, 6:42 pm I ordered one of these from the first batch and received it already. Fantastic quality. Right out of the box the main grip is nice and smooth and comfortable to hold. That often requires a lot of sanding and buffing with 3D printed parts. A few minutes with a small round and a small flat hand file cleaned up all the sharp edges and roughage on the inside (where it sits against the original grip). I expected to do a lot more work to make it feel like it was part of the wand all along.Thank you for the kind words and review! I hadn't thought to try plasti-dip on the outside. I bet that looks really good.
A quick coat of black glossy Plasti-Dip and it is perfect. Sure it is a little oversized considering it is going over the shotgun style grip. I definitely think it looks way better than that silly brown blob though. That grip was the only Afterlife upgrade that felt like a total miss to me.
Thanks for making this. Well worth the cost for those of us without a 3D printer.
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