Awesome 3D-printed Ghostbusters ghost trap

Model builder Sean Charlesworth from Tested has built a replica ghost trap from the original Ghostbusters films using 3D printing.

Seen on the Tested blog, the prop was built to pull the best features from the traps that appear in the films.

It consists of over 50 parts, over 70 screws, and over 40 hours of print time.

Charlesworth’s design features a pedal to activate lights, sound, and smoke.

For more information on the build, watch the video below.

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