I made a: Pip-Boy 3000 (Fallout)

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    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.


    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.


    In the process of making one right now.


    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?



    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!


    Heres mine!
    Sliced with Simplify3d at .18 layers 1 shell and 5 top and bottom

    • This reply was modified 9 years ago by ear0wax.

    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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