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33 Stunning 3D Printed Fallout Props

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If you’re a Fallout geek (as we are), you can’t have enough props. Here are the best Fallout props for self-printing or printing services. (updated 3.5.2016)

Fallout has sparked our collective imagination. Especially makers, who have recreated the iconic props, weapons, and gadgets from the video game series. Thanks to Bethesdas continuing support for Fallout 4 (new add-ons were just announced on E3 2016), the wasteland experience isn’t going away.

If you own a 3D printer, you just download the files and print away. You can even print parts with Glow Fill from ColorFabb, which gives the 3D printed Fallout props a nice greenish-ghoulish (not radioactive) glow.

And what if you don’t own a 3D printer? Then you can order most of these items though 3D printing service providers — like Shapeways, i.Materialise, Sculpteo or 3D Hubs. If you’re looking for the best price, use All3DP’s Price Comparison Service.

Fallout Prop #1: Pip-Boy 3000

Fallout Pipboy

What is it? It ’s a 3D printed Pip-Boy 3000. In the Fallout games, it’s the central interaction hub for all items, stats, maps and radio stations. Don’t leave your vault without it.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? The Pip-Boy edition of Fallout 4 sold out in just some hours – bummer. But you can resort to 3D printing to get it. When it comes to Fallout props, this is the thing to get.

Where can I get it? First, you have to decide which one, as there are different versions of 3D printable Pip-Boys. There’s a highly detailed version for smartphones – you can read about it here. Another printable Pip-Boy 3000 for Motorola Smartwatch Moto360 is here. Also, there’s a preassembled version at MyMinifactory, which doesn’t have a slot for your smartphone, though.

Fallout Prop #2: Nuka Cola Bottle

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What is it? It ’s the iconic Nuka Cola bottle from Fallout 4. The bottle has changed its design over the different Fallout games. Currently, it looks like a mini rocket. If you’re interested in mixing your own brew, here are the ingredients of Nuka-Cola: carbonated water, caramel color, aspartame, phosphoric acid, potassium benzoate (to protect taste), natural flavors, citric acid, and caffeine. No uranium for radiation required. 

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? It‘s an easy print. Just add some color to the label and the bottle cap.

Where can I get it? Download it from MyMinifactory and start printing right away!

Fallout Prop #3: Fallout Perk Pin


What is it? It’s a pin for Fallout’s sniper perk. If you’re into fast-range combat, this the pin for you.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? It should be very easy to print it. All you need is a way to paint it accordingly and attach it to your chest.

Where can I get it? Download it from MyMinifactory.

Fallout Prop #4: AEP7 Laser Pistol

Fallout Laser Pistol

What is it? A high-tech sidearm that emits a concentrated beam of coherent light. Has sufficient wattage to do considerable damage – if you don’t run out of juice first.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? Just look at this YouTube video: An gorgeous 3D printed laser pistol replica. It was designed by maker Dragonator, who is also responsible for the 3D printable Pip-Boy. It even comes with a compartment for batteries for an integrated laser pointer. Nice detail: The battery packs look exactly like the energy cells in the game.

Where can I get it? You have to print, assemble and paint it yourself. It’s a complicated thing to build! The files are at Thingiverse.

Fallout Prop #5: Fallout 4 – Nuka Cola Pistol


What is it? 3D modeler, gamer, and creator Daniel Lilygreen already did some great 3D printed Fallout props. He modeled the Nuka Cola pistol after the one shown in the Fallout 4 artbook.  It consists of 11 parts “to make printing, painting and assembly easier.”

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? It’s a brand new toy! No one knows what that weapon’s capable of. Will it make Supermutants wet and sticky? Will it heat up and caramelize your foes? We’ll know more in a week when Fallout 4 finally hits the stores.

Where can I get it? You have to print, assemble and paint it yourself. The files are at Thingiverse.

Fallout Prop #6: Protectron Action Figure

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What is it? A Protectron. Can be a fierce enemy, but if you manage to hack it, it can do a lot of dirty work for you. Best line: “Violence will not be tolerated”.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? It’s a brand new design from Daniel Lilygreen. The action figure depicts of the new sleek Protectron in Fallout 4. It consists of 14 parts that just slot and push-fit together. All parts that make up the feet and arms are the same both sides so print two of each.

Where can I get it? Right here.

Fallout Prop #7: Vault-Boy Bobblehead


What is it? A 3D printed vault-boy.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? In the game, the ultra-rare bobbleheads (20 of them in Fallout 3) raise your skills by one point. Very handy. In the real world, they are great for enhancing your desktop.

Where can I get it? At MyMiniFactory.

Fallout Prop #8: Mini-Nuke

Fallout Mini Nuke

What is it? Aaah, the mini nuke. Totally useless until you find the nuke launcher Fat Man, this atomic device is one of the meanest, strongest, ugliest weapons in the Fallout universe. Shoot from afar, pop some Rad-Aways, enter the newly established radiation zone and collect the loot.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? It’s one of the easier 3D prints in the Fallout universe.

Where can I get it? You can download it from MyMiniFactory.

Fallout Prop #9: Pipe Pistol


What is it? It’s a modded pipe pistol, a weapon commonly used by Raiders in the Fallout universe. Consists of consist of roughly 30 parts to make printing, painting and assembly much easier. The assembly is created in such a way that the mods that you can have on the pistol are interchangeable. 

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? The 3D printed pipe pistol looks somewhat wonky but does the job.

Where can I get it? At MyMiniFactory. Once again, a creation by user Lilykill.

Fallout Prop #10: 10mm Pistol


What is it? The good old 10 mm pistol, which is present in all new Fallout games. Easy to find in the wasteland.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? For the first time, this baby is fully upgradable to a powerful tool in Fallout 4.

Where can I get it? At Thingiverse. Once again, a creation by user Lilykill.

Fallout Prop# 11: Alien Blaster


What is it? An alien blaster made for 3D printing by Adafruit Industries. It comes in several parts and has a compartment for a built-in speaker and a red laser diode. One of the most beautiful Fallout props.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? The alien blaster is highly accurate, deals the greatest damage per action of all single-shot weapons. Critical shots are nearly guaranteed. The problem is: You have to get very close to your target.

Where can I get it? At the repositories of MyMiniFactory.

Fallout Prop #12: Fallout 4 Distressed Name Plate

Fallout 4 distressed name plate

What is it? It’s a Fallout 4 name plate, distressed style. Add LEDs for effects, trade for bottlecaps, use as a weapon against Super Mutants.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? It’s an easy print, great for beginners.

Where can I get it? You find the design files at Thingiverse.

Fallout Prop #13: Holodisk/Holotape Replica


What is it? It’s a replica of a Holotape / Holodisk from the Fallout universe. It’s used to transmit audio messages to the player.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? This replica can be used with the 4mm tape found in a conventional audio cassette. To have a fully operational mechanism so it should be theoretically possible to make a fully working player for one of these with some effort.

Where can I get it? At Thingiverse.

Fallout Prop #14: T-45d Power Armor


What is it? That’s the T-45d Power Armor helmet. These were discovered by the Brotherhood of Steel in the ruins of the Pentagon and were extensively used by Brotherhood Knights and Paladins, along with modifications and makeshift repairs.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? The print consists of 49 parts. The main body of the helmet breaks into 12 pieces. Due to the size and shape of pieces that make up the main body, some sanding may be involved to give a perfect fit.

Where can I get it? Again at Thingiverse for free.

Fallout Prop #15: Nuka-Cola Truck

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What is it? One of the overlooked items in the game. In Fallout 2, you find a truck flipped over in the middle of the desert. You find one intact crate found beside the truck. Aah, so refreshing. Take a Nuka Break!

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? It just looks great on your desk.

Where can I get it? Right here.

Fallout Prop #16: The Fallout Vault-Tec Boy Coaster


What is it? The perfect spot for your Nuka Cola Bottle. Not to be found in the games, unfortunately.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? It’s an easy print. So all you need is some time to color it.

Where can I get it? The files can be found at Thingiverse.

Fallout Prop #17: Fallout 4 Pipe Pistol


What is it? A modified pipe pistol from Fallout 4 (the picture is just a rendered image).

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? It was modeled by maker Lilykill after Bethesda’s E3 conference. Currently, this is only a solid STL, but mods are planned. The assembly is created in such a way that the mods that you can have on the pistol are interchangeable.

Where can I get it? The files can be found at Thingiverse.

Fallout Prop #18: Fallout 4 Plasma Pistol


What is it? What you can see here is a render of the Plasma Pistol from Fallout 4.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? This one was also modeled by Lilykill (see above) after Bethesda’s E3 conference and is still a “work in progress.” It’s printable in just one go.

Where can I get it? The files can be found at Thingiverse.

Fallout Prop #19: Nuka-Cola Vending Machine


What is it? The official vending machine for Nuka Cola, just in a much smaller scale. Can be printed without supports. Model is in two parts, vending machine and door.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? In the game, you always can find some Nuka-Cola bottles in these vending machines.

Where can I get it? The files can be found at MyMiniFactory.

Fallout Prop #20: Pip-Boy Icon “Critical Chance”

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What is it? It’s an icon representing the “Critical Chance” perk.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? Currently, there are only two Fallout Pip-Boy icons on Thingiverse (here’s the other one).

Where can I get it? Download this 3D printable Fallout 4 design from Thingiverse for free.

Fallout Prop #21: The Ripper


What is it? It‘s that portable chainsaw you learned to love since Doom. Very useful in close combat, totally useless if you’re far away.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? Just take a look at the detail and love that Daniel Lilygreen put into this design! Does this guy ever sleep?

Where can I get it? Download this 3D printable Fallout 4 design from MyMiniFactory.

Fallout Prop #22: The Fatman


What is it? The Fatman is a grenade launcher for these adorable Mini-Nukes (see right).

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? It’s a design is depicting the Fatman shown in Fallout 3. It was designed with Autodesk 123D. Currently, the printed size should be half of the real thing. But that‘s ridiculously big, anyway.

Where can I get it? Download the Fatman from MyMiniFactory.

Fallout Prop #23: Furious Power Fist


What is it? It‘s that devastating melee weapon that can deliver serious damage even to a fully grown Supermutant.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? Maker Simone Fontana did a marvelous job on modeling the Furious Power Fist for 3D printing. It‘s by no means an easy thing to build, as it takes around 3500 minutes to print all the parts. Also, you need half a kilo of filament for it.

Where can I get it? At MyMinifactory.

Fallout Prop #24: Fusion Core

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What is it? A 3D printed shell looking like a fusion core. You can never have enough of these, especially if you’re in the Brotherhood of Steel.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? Unless you manage to cram it with fusion power, it’s just an extremely good looking 3D printed Fallout prop.

Where can I get it? Right here at Thingiverse.

Fallout Props #25: Stimpack

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What is it? Feeling exhausted and worn out? Then freshen up with a 3D printed stimpack.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? Like with fusion cores, you can’t have enough of these. Just 3D print one and have it near you before you enter that Mirelurk’s lair.

Where can I get it? Over at Thingiverse.

Fallout Props #26: Med-X


What is it? You’ve probably seen and used this consumable in Fallout: New Vegas and Fallout 3 a lot. If consumed, it’s not only a painkiller de luxe, but buffs you with +25 damage resistance and +250 poison resistance.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? The Commonwealth version of this Fallout 4 prop is considerably larger, making it easier to spot in the game.

Where can I get it? Over at MyMiniFactory.

Fallout Props #27: Combat Rifle and Combat Shotgun


What is it? Meet the 3D printed Combat Rifle and Combat Shotgun. Hopefully, you’re standing at the right end. There are 27 parts to print for this modular 3D printed Fallout prop.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? As both weapons use the same receiver, butt stock, and magazines, so the parts for both weapons interchangeable. This allows you mix and match on any of the barrel types and mods created.

Where can I get it? Download it from MyMiniFactory.

Fallout Props #28: Codsworth


What is it? Your friendly and helpful Mr. Handy robot, who has waited 210 years for your return. As a companion, he deals damage with a flamethrower and a circular saw.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? This is no print looks more difficult than it’s to make. 

Where can I get it? You can find the files at Thingiverse.

Fallout Props #29: Nuka Cola Keychain


What is it? A lovely and easy to print Nuka Cola bottle design, provided with a hole for a keyring.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? 3D print this in Glow in the dark filament, and you’ll always find your keys after sunset. Looks a bit like the Nuka-Cola Quantum, though.

Where can I get it? You can find the files at Thingiverse.

Fallout Props #30: Fallout Characters

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What is it? This collection is all 3D printing beginners ever dreamed of: You can 3D print a ton of great looking Facebook 4 characters in just one go. No assembly required. 3D print an Assailtron, Brahmin, Eyebot, Deathclaw, Mirelurk, Protectron, Rad Poach, Rad Scorpion, Supermutants of all kinds, Stingwings… and even Dogmeat!

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? All the designs were made by 3D pro designer Wonderland – and they just look great.

Where can I get it? You can find the files at Thingiverse. There‘s also a second batch of 3D printable Fallout designs right here.

Fallout Props #31: Pebble Time Pip-Boy Case


What is it? A Pebble Time smartwatch is the greatest thing you can have on your wrist – but a Pebble Time with a Pip-Boy Shell.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? It’s an easy print – just color it and off you go, sole survivor!

Where can I get it? Download the files at Thingiverse.

Fallout Props #32: Kellogg’s Pistol


What is it? The .44 pistol is a revolver with a blued finish and a synthetic comfort grip. Looks lovely, but unfortunately, it has a bad history. It’s Kellogg’s signature weapon, used to kill countless opponents, including your spouse.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? Another great Facebook 4 prop, made by Millers Mad Designs. It’s a “functional” Fallout 4 prop, so the cylinder pops out and spins like a real revolver would do.

Where can I get it? Download the files at MyMiniFactory.

Fallout Props #33: Mini Nuke Headstand


What is it?

It‘s a Fallout inspired headset stand. Should look great on your desk or in the studio.

What’s S.P.E.C.I.A.L.? It is printable in two parts and should fit on most printers.

Where can I get it? Download the files at MyMiniFactory.

Did we miss anything? Please feel free to add to the comments. Thanks!