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    Hello all, give me a few days and I will share my digitally scanned model of the Sonix/Northstar, it’s as accurate as one could ever hope for without having an original radio. I’ve broken it down into easier to print pieces. I also made the main box with hex head anchor points and a hollow back to save weight. Cheers, Hollywood
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    Hello there! Alberto Kenobi (Alberto Miguel Pino Lozano) TD14418 requesting 501st access please. https://www.501st.com/members/displaymember.php?userID=27919&costumeID=122 Thank you mate!
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    TD-37077 requesting 501stlegion access, thanks
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    I have an older pack (i believe dirty boy's) that has served me well. but now I want to update it. I'm printing a canteen atm. I also plan to replace the bottles. im getting tired of repainting them. are the bottles on this pack still considered correct in size? I have looked but can't find any measurements. I also plan to use battleship grey if thats correct. What else should I change, update?
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    Just waiting on some accurate 3.5mm sockets to arrive. Holes already built into the 3D print of the main box...just need to pierce the leather wrap and screw in.
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    3D printed in PLA at .12mm layer height, then a coat of acrylic primer filler to add a layer of smoothness. A gentle wet rub with 600 grit wet and dry. a coat of flat black and some dry brush weathering (Valejo Dark Flesh) to get in all the nooks and crannies like sand would.
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    @Alberto Kenobi access granted, welcome!!
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    @tehisidon @Candyman @Deakin Thwell
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    The one picture in my previous post showing the grip also shows that I have used liquid masking fluid again before the final paint was applied. For the Sterling parts I used VH1 Crinkle paint while satin matte black was applied to the back end. Started to assemble all the parts, for most, I went completely overboard with glue and screws. And here is the completed blaster after weathering: And here are all the different Bapty versions I have built so far, some screen-accurate, some just being creative interpretations of the original concepts.
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    Hi! I can't remember if I did It before so TD-22030 tehisidon requesting MEPD access as Sandtrooper https://www.501st.com/members/displaymember.php?userID=32515&costumeID=2 Best regards! And thank you so much!
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    Hello! Requesting MEPD access please! Rafael Parodi de Porres TD-40521 https://www.501st.com/members/displaymember.php?userID=33671&costumeID=2 Thanks!
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