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December 1, 2016 AT 1:00 am

The Nemesis Star from Destiny #3DThursday #3DPrinting

3D Printed The Nemesis Star Destiny Exotic Machine Gun by laellee Pinshape

Via Pinshape!

“What is the question when the answer is extinction?”

Here is the Nemesis Star, an exotic machine gun from Bungie’s hit game Destiny. This prop prints at over 3 feet long and sports a removable ammunition drum, printable ammunition belt, and an opening shroud with hollow scope and full interior details. The model includes channels for reinforcement, making the machine gun sturdy enough to carry around and cosplay with. If you want to make a big impression, this gun will do it.

Thanks to Gerry Alden who was kind enough to print and assemble the prototype shown above, making sure everything works properly and letting me know about the tweaks and changes that needed to be made. You can check out more of his work on Facebook in his group 3d Printed Prop Geekfest: https://www.facebook.com/group…

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