Cyberpunk 2077 3D models Print

The printing of game content models has always been a hot spot for 3D printing. Cyberpunk (2077Cyberpunk 2077), which has recently become popular, has provided us with a lot of exquisite printing objects. The game is a role-playing game in which the role played by the player engages in exciting and adventurous battles against the background of the dystopian city “Night City”. The “cyberpunk” art style is the most impactful and attractive part of the game. The fusion of related characters and various environments has inspired many 3D modelers to create unique and cool 3D printed objects. Now, using the Tianse filament, let’s print our own 3D night city!

LED Sign

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(Source: LEO / Thingiverse)

This 3D LED sign is designed and printed by LEO. The author uses black/white PLA filament material, divide 6 parts to print separately, then welds them together, and finally installs LED lights inside. When we connected to the electricity, the shining lights flickered and dimmed, which was very cool, as if we had entered a 3D night city. It is worth noting that when printing the object, you need to pay attention to controlling the size of the model so that the LED lights can be smoothly arranged inside the model to achieve the effect of “shining signs”. The author also wrote some detailed instructions on how to install the LED light bar, which can be viewed through the link.

Who designed the model?  LEO

What materials are used?  Black/White PLA 3D Filament 

Where to find it?  Thingiverse 

CyberPunk 2077 Car

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(Source: NoOneInStudios / Thingiverse)

Don’t look at this car model is very ordinary, it needs to be printed out of 25 parts and assembled. The author stated that some 3D parts need to be completed by a 3D printer with a 0.4 mm nozzle. This model will be more complicated to print, but the effect is surprising.
The author also showed us the rendering process and instructions of the car model. The LED lights assembled on the rear wing of the car make the model lively and more realistic. It is worth noting that we can use TPU material to make wheels, and the soft nature of TPU will make the model more textured. The author’s video works are attached here for everyone to enjoy.

Who designed the model? NoOneInStudios

What materials are used?  White PLA 3D Filament 

Where to find it? Thingiverse 

Federated Arms ‘Vindicator’ pistol

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(Source: ExtraFabrication / Thingiverse)

This “weapon” appeared in the Cyberpunk 2077 game trailer. The author meticulously reproduced it through the game screen, and after improvement, the effect of printing, in reality, is very good! After printing with PLA materials, it is polished and painted, and the finished product has a strong metallic feel, just like the real thing.

Who designed the model?  ExtraFabrication

What materials are used?  White PLA 3D Filament

Where to find it?  Thingiverse 

NetWatch Badge

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(Source: T-Spawn / MyMiniFactory)

This is the badge the NetWatch agent was showing V in the latest Cyberpunk 2077 trailer. The creator of the model printed it on the “Elegoo Mars msla” printer, printed at 100%, about 8 x 8 cm. After the author has improved, this badge provides some additional details to fill in the blank of the original badge.

Who designed the model? T-Spawn

What materials are used?  White PLA 3D Filament  – Tianse Filament

Where to find it? MyMiniFactory

Dog bobblehead

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(Source: Marcus_GT500 / Thingiverse)

This model is small and cute. The eye part of the head can accommodate an ELD lamp, and the wire is led out through the tail part. The author uses hot glue to fill the eye holes so that the light of the LED lamp can leak out from the eye holes. When the wire is connected, there will be a kind of hell evil spirit dog effect, let’s try to make this model!

Who designed the model? Marcus_GT500

What materials are used?  White ABS

Where to find it? Thingiverse 


 Happy 3D printing and always stay tuned!

Post time: Mar-10-2021