It's long, but you can just skip to the end to see what it in action. It'd probably be easier to just 3D print an entire case (in pieces) at better dimensions than supplementing Bethesda's special packaging with 3d printed elements.
I think it'd be a great case for a set-top htpc, or heck, even if you just printed a custom one big enough to fit a roku in, it'd be a great conversation piece next to the TV.
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I've seen that before. I think you should do both. Use both Bethesda's bomb to model off of and a 3D printed one to copy the model sort of. You would also need someone with great painting skills (Autobody shop?) to do the paintjob to make it on par with Bethesda's version. The beauty of 3D printing is you could make it larger with more holes and things so that it can fit more PC parts in it. Another use for the Bethesda bomb is the button. You could yank it and use it like a power button like they did in the video :P
Maybe I could start small with a mininuke thumb drive cover.
No, but that gave me a better idea. Make a mininuke launcher and the USB part is in a tiny nuke the slides out with a thumb slider :P
Arduinos are awesome lol
Instead of a thumb slider, why not make the launcher fully functional to shoot a mininuke jump drive out when you pull the trigger? I think the USB conenctor would look bad coming out of the front of the mininuke, but not too bad sticking out of the back.
That's the spirit! Sort of...
Idk, it'd be weird to do either way lol
I can make your dream come true... if you want to help a brother with a arduino problem lol This one has been busting my chops for awhile now.
My Dad was 22 year EOD. He likes your mod lol I'm going to be pissed if he makes me help him build one like that for him.
My first thought was "IS IT LIVE?" Then I realized that was absurd lol The things I think sometimes, I swear. Anyways, that would be cool. You (Or your dad) must do a build log on here if you do it :P
We're actually collaborating on a huge mod now. Hoping soon to have some video and worklog put out, but I need to get the automation working first then I will.
Awesome! Any hints you can give?