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3d Printed holsters anyone?

Discussion in 'Other Carrying Devices' started by Fird, Mar 2, 2021.

  1. Fird

    Fird Loaded Pockets

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    So I made a thing, and I thought it was at least 10% cool. This is the result of measuring carefully with a caliper and modeling up a holster in Fusion360. The whole process took an evening and the results (after having a 3d printing expert bless it with his slicer magic) are pretty sweet! Its solid enough for every day wear, and I actually like the look of it.

    PS, the forum didn't like the way I tried to embed images so I got lazy and linked it, sorry!
     
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  2. neo71665

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    Pretty cool
     
  3. Tesla

    Tesla Loaded Pockets

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    I have a magazine holder for my Glock G42 that is 3d printed that works good
     
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    I designed and printed this for my olight baton 2 and attached it to a rae gear sheath. There's a washer in the bottom for the light so the light will stick. [​IMG]

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  6. tera tike

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    A great idea. If you print in PLA be careful as heat will cause it to deform. If you really like the design and want a more durable item have it made by a 3D service like Shapeways. I think MJF PA12 plastic would be a good fit for your application.

    Just a thought.