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Halo Fusion Coil

Something's got to keep your phone charged while you are in cryosleep


Probably one of the first things I ever modeled, this model was sitting on the bench for a couple years before I took an hour or two to add some additional paneling details and slice it up into easily printable parts and adding some lighting/electronics accommodations.

 

Major Features





Simple, Easy to Print Design

This model is comprised of only 10 pieces standing ~9 inches tall. Many of the pieces are meant to be printed 4 or 8 times to be able to place this model together and fit together in perfect symmetry. One thing to note is the buckle piece in the center is not symmetrical nor is it shown to be in-game. So just pay attention when assembling the pieces, you may have to flip some of those center brackets or buckles over.



Electronics Assembly Housing



One end of the fusion coil (or both depending on how you want to print it, like I said, the pieces are symmetrical), has an opening for a central column and a cavity to place electronics if need be. You could put in an acrylic rod with some led's in the base, an LED tower, a glow stick, etc.. The choice is up to you! Additionally there is an opening in the Base Housing to fit a chord through if you want to have anything that requires plugging in.







 

Builds


I am really back up at the moment and have not had the pleasure of printing any as of yet.


Anyone who wants to show off their fantastic DIY projects can contact me to include their build and info here!


 


What Next?


If you are looking to create you own models like this one feel free to checkout all of my tutorials on 3D modeling and prop making techniques.


If you are looking to purchase the model so that you can print your own you can find it in the store.


Lastly, make sure to check back in every once in a while to see what I've been working on


Thank you for your time


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