Buckle up for an excellent adventure as Bill and Ted do some radical Nerf blaster modding and painting. In the video, Bill adds his own custom mods and paint job to the Nerf Rival Apollo.
Bill, from Punished Props, answers questions about halloween store supplies for cosplay, Nerf gun painting, assembling 3D printed armor pieces, chrome finishes, and more!
3D Printing with ABS filament can be challenging. An enclosure can help keep the temperature inside the printer nice and even. In this video, Bill shows you how he built an enclosure for his Ultimaker.
We’re back from DragonCon! We’re getting our schedule back on track, gathering submitted questions from the last few weeks. Bill answers questions about adhesives, metallic finishes, 3D Printer kits, airbrushes, 3D modeling helmets, and more!
Britt shows you how she turned the Sweeper Bot’s robot head design into a wearable helmet. The first step was vacuum forming a visor with PET-G plastic, then tinting the visor blue. The helmet was crafted from EVA foam, leaving room for all the cool electronics.
The time has come to start assembling the Star Wars Tank Trooper helmet that Bill printed on the Anet A8, low budget 3D printer!
For Dragon Con 2017 Bill put together an Old Man Logan costume. Along with a pair of normal claws, he also made a couple sets of gag claws.
At Dragon Con 2017 Bill teamed up with Jackie Craft to do the makeup and hair for his Old Man Logan costume.
Brittany found a really cheap solution for a light up, voice modulated for Sweepy the robot! Bill shows you how he installed it in the helmet.