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PP-2000 Prop Replica #3DPrinting

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While 3D printing guns is controversial, it’s interesting to see them being designed as props for cosplay events, videos and recreational activities. From a design stand-point, it’s an interesting challenge to create intricate parts with additive extrusion in mind.

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Sergey Kolesnik, a 3d modeler and designer, shared his latest creation, a PP-2000 toy replica. It’s an incredibly detailed design that is composed of 24 “snap-together” parts that appear to print with no support material.

it is a toy! replica!. print layer 100 or 160 microns.
PP-2000 – Russian 9mm submachine gun, developed by a team of designers Tula Instrument Design Bureau . The patent for the design was obtained in 2001, but the general public it was first introduced in 2004 – in the summer at the Paris exhibition “Eurosatory 2004” and fall at the Moscow “Interpolitech 2004”.

Download on Thingiverse


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