I made a: Pip-Boy 3000 (Fallout)

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  • #1563

    dragonator
    Keymaster

    Show off the great 3D printed Pip-Boy 3000 you made here. Modified it it for a bigger arm? Got some buttons working? Made it into a fully functional computer? I’d love to see it.

    #1921

    nathanallan
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    We’re making one now, going to fit every celphone and PDA I can think of! It’s an excellent design, dragonator. Pics when it’s done. We’re making it on our Afinia.

    #1980

    DocNasty
    Participant

    In the process of making one right now.

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10204476105079158.1073741835.1128072146&type=3

    Feel free to check it out. I have a question for you regarding the buttons. How did you work the LEDs into them? Was it just creative engineering?

    Thanks!

    #2144

    Gabry295
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    I’m trying to make one based on Raspberry Pi, using a 4.3″ display and I wish to add a rotary encoder and make the vertical wheel near the screen. I don’t know anything about Raspberry Pi, but I’ve seen some Pip-Boy 3000 made with it, so whycouldn’t I do the same? 😉

    I’m going to search on the Internet how to do it, even it’s difficult to have some help for the Fallout files since they are “protected”…

    Everyone, have fun!

    #2227

    ear0wax
    Participant

    Heres mine!
    Sliced with Simplify3d at .18 layers 1 shell and 5 top and bottom
    https://www.dropbox.com/sc/n70gfts6mukhf2r/AADDnnhhi0v-jYyXsxhrq6Bea

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    #2464

    Anonymous

    I made a Pipboy! really happy with how it turned out , great model!

    made my electronics with a 3v Pro Trinket, with a battery backpack connected to a 2200 mAh cylinder lithium ion battery ( https://www.adafruit.com/products/1781 ) the trinket and battery fit underneath the phone in the main area. I hot glued the LEDs on top of push buttons and wired it all up to the trinket with a ribbon cable, pushing the LED buttons will toggle them on and off individually.

    The phone is a Samsung Galaxy S3, with a pipboy screenshot on it for the time being.

    Carasibana's Pipboy

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