In other news, my spin-casting equipment is done.
The largest parts are the mag well (5.023 x 4.281 x 1.75 inches) and foregrip (4.22 x 3.19 x 1.875 inches). The mag well is the only part that needs any support material, and it only needs a little bit on one side. I couldn't put a 45-degree angle on the part near the trigger guard without making the part either uglier, or potentially more difficult to make a mold for.
CaptainSlug would this be okay as my first homemade. I have a smaller end 3d printer. How big is the largest peice.
A little backloged ATM but by the end of summer I should be able to have my very own homemade. So happy!
The "construction" process will involve drilling a few holes, pulling out some support material, cutting some tubes, threaded rods, and 16ga nails to length, then just general assembly. It's really easy to put together once you have all the parts. This is the first homemade blaster that I will feel comfortable shipping as a loose set of parts for the end-user to assemble themselves.