A 3D printable AEP7 laser pistol (Fallout)

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A fully 3D printable version of the AEP7 Laser Pistol from fallout 3 and New Vegas. It can be printed in around 30 hours and requires 1kg of material. It requires a lot of support and is challenging to print, but the pay-off is most certainly worth it.

All the files to build it can be found at my thingiverse page

It was painted using acrylic paint and weathered with a small paintbrush and black paint. The yellow tube is a piece of coax cable that I painted with yellow paint. All the decals are printed on ordinary paper, glued to the model, then weathered.

It has a working laser diode (else it wouldn't really be a laser pistol). It has a working trigger, functioning energy cells (in the form of 3 AA batteries) that can be reloaded and a potentiometer connected to the knob on the back.
ConnorS33 months ago

If someone out there is selling one just like this, Fully assembled, And painted if you can, I will buy it off of you. Contact me via email,

can anyone explain the cruitry to me so i can do it for my self pleace ??

zwilson5 made it!11 months ago

One of the best props I've ever made. Thanks for the design

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iFirefly1 year ago
Excellent! I am now playing through Fallout: New Vegas GOTY Edition. I want to see you make one of the plasma rifles, like the Q-35 Matter Modulator - which is also a great-sounding name for a 3D printer, too!

I loved your Pip-Boy 3000. Have you (or anyone you know of) has programmed anything in Android to replicate the Pip-Boy 3000? Is it time to invent the PB-4000?
dragonator (author)  iFirefly1 year ago
I have no apps for making your smartphone look like a pip-boy, I just used a picture.

Sadly there are two reasons why I don't want to do rifles (at least any time soon).
1. I have a new job and am busy getting adjusted.
2. Rifles are too large to 3D print. It would take kilos of material and 50-80 hours of printing time.
I saw a tall, triangular "Delta" 3D printer on Kickstarter (The Kossel Clear) that appears to print a lot faster than the standard cube-type XYZ printers and it should be a scalable design that allows for a tall machine that a full rifle stock could be made in. Alternatively, the design could incorporate multiple sections that could fit together in a modular approach, or when replicating one-piece stocks, glue the sections together (duh).
There was a theme on the Google Play store, but it costs money. Here, dropping link:
Hey it looked OK, but I don't think that loud buzzing sound when switching between screens is very attractive - but you found it and I appreciate it!
Edgar1 year ago
Great Guns of Laser!
Went to my blog, along with a shameless plug for my Laser Ray-Gun:
imrobot1 year ago
Hey, where'd you learn how to do such great weathering? Do you know of any tutorials?
Claydiz1 year ago
instructables+3Dprinting+Fallout= my universe just exploded!
Finally someone has done this. Great job on that.
I would put a warning sign in my yard saying that I'll shoot at your eyeballs and damage your eyes. I would also warn intruders of my air powered bb gun that could pierce the skin and cause a nasty infection.
simssity1 year ago
I would buy it!
adrian12341 year ago
Being a fan of the fallout series I've gotta say that's pretty damn cool
ynze1 year ago
Y. de Haas? Don't tell me your first name is Ynze...
dragonator (author)  ynze1 year ago
No it isn't
efournier1 year ago
That's awesome. I LOVE Fallout 3. Though, I never use laser or plasma weapons.
cowstick1 year ago
Pew pew pew
M3G1 year ago
This is amazing.
Yep, I agree with the other folks - that it actually shoots LASERS makes it wonderful. The paint job looks perfect too!
Brinith1 year ago
Nice to see an actually working prop. Good working the painting too
I was thinking the same thing. I love props, but the working ones are awesome! Very nice work!