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3D Printed Fallout-inspired Mini Nuke: Microton Bomb

by Lambert Varias
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The folks at 3D printing store Redicubricks wanted to get their hands on the mini nuke storage case that came with the Fallout Anthology. But they didn’t want the other stuff that came with it – i.e. the games – so they designed and 3D printed their own mini nuke.

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Redicubricks used Ultimaker 2 Go to print the bombs: one with a cutout and one that’s fully enclosed. As you can see they’re not just good at designing, they’re also pretty good at painting.

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Redicubricks is considering releasing the mini nuke’s 3D files as well as some kind of kit, so keep an eye on their blog if you’re interested.

[via Kotaku]

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