Psychokinetic Energy Meter from the movie Ghostbusters 1984

ID: 14664

3D Model Details

  • Texture: No
  • Multipart model: Yes
  • File format: stl,obj
  • File size: 8.77 MB
  • Upload date: 12/26/2022
  • Last update: 12/26/2022
The PKE Meter is a piece of equipment created at the Paranormal Lab at Columbia University . It was used to track ghosts and give readings of Psycho Kinetic Energy. The PKE Meter is what helped Egon to develop the theory of catching ghosts. It has antennas with lights that raise up and down tracing the level of PKE (Psycho Kinetic Energy).
My version of P.K.E. meter is based on photographs of props used in the movie.The model is worked out to the smallest detail. Not all printed versions of this prop have an adjustment wheel on the reverse side. Many people miss this moment and ignore it.
Parts are designed in such a way that they can be used to create a version with installed electronics. 3 mm LEDs are installed on the wings. At the bottom of the screen, 5 mm rectangular LEDs, red yellow and green, are installed. The body is assembled using 4 M2 screws. And several metal pins D3 mm.
The model consists of:
P.K.E. meter divided into 39 parts for printing;

Model dimensions:
- length – 275 mm
- height – 217 mm
- width – 77 mm

Also, I took into account the possibility of printing individual parts with colored plastics, in colors that match the colors of the original parts.
Attached is a diagram of the assembled view. On it you can easily assemble it.
It will take its rightful place in your collection or complement your cosplay look.
Separately, taking into account printing on printers with a small print area. But you can split it yourself as you need. The model file is attached in one piece.
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Designed in Solid Works 2012, rendered in Keyshot 10.
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