We’re getting closer and closer to the point where every part of Overwatch is a 3D print today with the addition of Junkrat’s Frag Launcher.
This design comes to us from a familiar name on the scene: Jill Cope. This maker has, in the past, brought us free designs for Mercy’s Caduceus Staff and blaster, Hanzo’s bow and many others we haven’t had the time to dedicate a story to.
Like those other designs, all the files you’ll need to 3D print the Frag Launcher are available for free from MyMiniFactory.
We hope you have the time and the extra filament to make it happen though, as this prop is 70 separate pieces that assemble into a 30.5″ (~77cm) long finished product. It requires multiple support rods and took Cope 300 hours to 3D print.
If you’ve read our exhaustive list of 3D printable Overwatch props you’ll notice that we did include a Frag Launcher theret.
That version was found on a very sketchy design sharing site that was demanding $87 (R1 197) for the files. We’re much more comfortable recommending the guaranteed 3D printable designs from MyMiniFactory, especially when it comes from Cope. Throw in the fact that this version is free, and there’s really no reason to look elsewhere.
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