I go from one hobby to another, never really slowing down. Two months ago I bought a 3D printer and have been going nuts printing stuff. I've had so much fun that I bought a second one. While I haven't delved into creating my own material, there are thousands of things online already designed and read to go. I'll post some of my earlier prints in another thread, but I want to keep this one on topic for Ghostbusters equipment. I've always loved it and I've always wanted to display it. So, I started with the ghost trap and I'm getting close to assembling it. I am combining the 3D printed parts with hardware and decal sets bought on the internet. Now, I could have just printed the parts and screwed them together, but on close inspection, 3D printed parts are obvious - they have clear stacked lines on them. I wanted this to look like actual metal, so I am using putty on every visible piece, sanding it down, priming it and painting it. Needless to say, this adds a LOT of time to the process. More pics to come.